The DHCP server on our SBS 2003 server shuts itself down automatically after a couple of hours of having a Hamachi gateway running on the same LAN.
The server incorrectly assumes that Hamachi might start assigning DHCPs to other clients on the LAN.
While the Hamachi gateway client does indeed have a DHCP server, it only assigns IPs to computers making inbound VPN connections- not to PCs on the LAN.
Does anyone know of a way to override this behaviour on SBS 2003? Perhaps a registry hack?
I know the server has good intentions when it disables its DHCP server in this situation... however, in avoiding a non-existent problem, it is actually creating a real problem.