How can I scan for any statically configured IP addresses in use, within a Windows Server DHCP scope, of which the DHCP server is not aware?
I'm dealing with a network I inherited on which I found devices configured with a static IP within the DHCP server scope (without a matching configured reservation). DHCP leases for new (or clients roaming between VLAN's) within this scope sometimes take a long time to register. Also WiFi clients sometimes get configured with an APIPA address.
I want to rule out faulty static IP configurations within the IPV4 scope being the cause of this.