Using BOOTP/DHCP to assign IP addresses

If a BOOTP or DHCP server is installed on the network, you may take advantage of DHCP or BOOTP for IP address assignment. A DHCP server is included in Windows NT Server release 4.0 and Windows 2000. Other DHCP and BOOTP applications are available for various operating systems and can be used with GhostCasting.

If you are GhostCasting to many clients, not having to edit a unique Wattcp.cfg file on every client may be advantageous. Balanced against this is the additional complexity of the DHCP setup.