You install Symantec Endpoint Protection on the DHCP server, then find that client computers are unable to obtain IP addresses through DHCP.
This can happen if Symantec Endpoint Protection is installed on the DHCP server with Network Threat Protection, and is not configured to allow the DHCP service.
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