Updated: January 21, 2005
Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2
DHCP console icons reference
DHCP provides context-specific icons to dynamically represent the state of console objects. Objects include the DHCP servers, clients, scopes, and option types that are used and managed for each server.
General usage of console icons
Some of the icons used in DHCP have specific meanings, but most are used to communicate general status information about the current state of the console. For example, when an icon is used with an hourglass superimposed, such as:
it means that the console is attempting to connect to the server.
Likewise, when an icon is used with a red circle and a superimposed 'X', such as:
it often means that DHCP has lost its connection to the server.
Glossary of specific icons
The following is a partial list of console icons used in DHCP.
|Server options folder.|
|Scope options folder.|
Other console icons