1. You server seems to be wrongly configured. There is APIPA IP address.
2. It is recommended to use static IP addresses for servers.
3. DHCP should be authorized in Active Directory.
4. Read Microsoft Technet articles for proper DHCP installation and configuration.
You should try with troubleshooting DHCP servers. I found some threads that will help you to get rid of these errors, Check this out:
but my DHCP is correctly onfigured and APIPA is fixed by disabling unused Lans
and we used static IPs of Course
thanks but none of these is my problem
my problem is that when i turn on the server sometimes DHCP connot see active directory for authorization thats my problem!!
DHCP Authorization is ONE TIME procedure.
You server is wrongly configured. APIPA should not be here! Remove DHCP and reinstall it again. Follow procedures described in Technet.
I agree with Milos Puchta,you need to configure static ip(Or you need to check nic card on server) on your dhcp server.And need to re-install or Authorize to AD.