I came across a DHCP error in SBS 2003 SP1 that was perplexing and with the help of Jeff Middleton have a solution. When you would go to re-run the connect to the Internet wizard, it would produce an error telling you DHCP wasn't configured or alternatively DHCP needs to be disabled. The error is completely misleading as the actual problem turned out to be that the NIC had a second address on another subnet left over from migrating data from an old server box. Once the second address was removed from the NIC the connect to the Internet wizard works correctly.

SMB Nation is such a great resource as I was able confer with Susan Bradley (http://msmvps.com/bradley/) and Jeff Middleton (http://www.sbsmigration.com/) on this problem and get it solved quickly.

Thanks to all who helped!

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