I recently needed to add the DHCP management tool (DHCP snap-in to MMC console) to my technicians Windows 7 machine.  We had recently added an Access List to our Airport Extreme’s and wanted to see if it had successfully blocked the students iPhones and iTouches from grabbing our rapidly dwindling IP addresses.

The process is fairly simple.  Once you have downloaded and installed the Remote Server Tools for windows 7 from Microsoft go to your Control Panel.

Double click on Programs

Double Click on Turn Windows Features On or Off

Expand the Remote Server Administration Tools option

Expand the Role Administration Tools option

Put a checkmark in DHCP server tools

Close everything.  Once you re-open your Start menu you will see DHCP as an option under Administrative Tools.  Select that to get into the management tool.  You may have to right click on DHCP to add the appropriate DHCP server.