10.8.2 Server with DHCP.Windows client problems...

I have just set up 10.8.2 Server with DHCP. I works almost perfect, but windows clients don`t get an ip-address! I can see the request in the log, but win-clients don`t receive the address! Anyone - help me.....
I have a screenshot from the log attached, the client "L084" is en Win7 client....

Current OS X doesn't provide Windows Workgroups and related authentication.   That's entirely different than having OS X Server set up to provide DNS services and DHCP.   Providing workgroups and particularly Active Directory authentication usually involve adding Samba or similar software onto OS X or OS X Server.
As for the "home" domain, I'd expect to specify the DNS domain that was configured within OS X Server.   Loading random stuff in there might or might not work, as some clients might try or test or use that.  If you're not using the "short" host name specifications, you won't hit that path.   That specification is the default applied when you enter just the host name and not the domain name in an OS X or other DNS query.)  But if something does try that, it'll append "home" and will probably head into the weeds.  (If "home" is the made-up domain that you're using for local DNS, then that is a domain that is quite likely to become a real top-level domain.)

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