About a month ago, I set up a new mac mini running OS X server 10.6 at a small business to provide filesharing, calendars, etc. Last week, I also switched the DHCP server from the router to the Mini server because the router could not provide static mappings that were needed for the printers. However, within the 5 days it has been in use, the DHCP service on the Mini has turned itself off twice. The subnet information is also reset and disabled. Searching through the logs, I came across these two messages: servermgr_dhcp:bootp config:Notice:Created default configuration file servermgr_dhcp:bootp config:Notice:Created 1 default subnet records Can anybody tell me what's going on here and how to keep it from happening again?