You may want to look at the file
What you do with that file you are on your own.
your question is not clear about DHCP server . If you have windows DHCP server than follow-up below process to remove DHCP lease for h2, h3.
You can also manually delete the leases. Perform the following steps:
- Start the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) DHCP snap-in (Start, Programs, Administrative Tools, DHCP).
- Select the Scope that contains the leases to be deleted.
- Select the Address Leases container.
- Right-click the lease to be deleted and select Delete.
- Click OK to the confirmation.
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I just moved /var/db/vmware/vmnet-dhcpd-vmnet* away and let Fusion recreate them.
I also had to delete the hashes (VNET_x_DHCP_CFG_HASH) from /Library/Preferences/VMware Fusion/networking, otherwise the Network Adapter settings will be greyed out (see Network Settings options greyed out…). Also, make sure that neither Fusion nor vmnet* processes are running, or quit/kill them before you modify any file.