That worked for me. Although I had to repopulate all my DHCP saved lists
from multiple remote locations and local subnets.
Thank you for the tip.
On 12/14/11 4:52 AM, "Keith Rettig" <email@hidden> wrote:
>I could have cut from any of the recent emails but I will use Elsa's. . .
>I have learned over and over again (it has finally set in) that if you
>don't live by the process below you will experience something called
>The "list" of computers in ARD is really sensitive; any confusing event
>(e.g., adding another computer with the same name or IP address) seems to
>ruin the process.
>Be nice to it and it will [usually] be nice to you.
>On Dec 13, 2011, at 12:06 PM, email@hidden
>> From: Elsa Voltz <email@hidden>
>> Paul and All,
>> I have found that if you DELETE computers from the "All Computers" list
>>when they are no longer using an IP number, it will free up ARD to allow
>>you to add in the computer that is currently using that IP #.
>> I have done this all the time...with DHCP sometimes a computer's IP#
>>changes, but they are still listed in the "All Computers" list. When I
>>delete them from that list I can re-add them in without the breif
>>authentication box .... (which is sort of like
>> Elsa Voltz
>> Paul Ray Tiffany <email@hidden> writes:
>>> Related to this situation of not letting you authenticate certain new
>>>computers, I have seen that. The latest case of it was when I tried to
>>>add a new computer but it was assigned an IP address that had been used
>>>by another computer in the past.
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