You can use the Netsh command to create and manage DHCP scopes from the command line. A scope is a pool of IP addresses that a DHCP server can lease to clients that need them. You can use this approach to write batch scripts of Netsh commands you can run on a DHCP server to quickly configure it.
For example, to create a scope named "Second Floor" that has network ID 10.10.20.0 and subnet mask 255.255.0.0, use the following command:
netsh dhcp server add scope 10.10.20.0 255.255.0.0 "Second Floor"
Then to add the address range 10.10.20.100 to 10.10.20.150 to this scope, use this command:
netsh dhcp server scope 10.10.20.0 add iprange 10.10.20.100 10.10.20.150
And if you want to exclude the address 10.10.20.125 from your scope, do this:
netsh dhcp server scope 10.10.20.0 add excluderange 10.10.20.125 10.10.20.125
You can even create a reservation for a specific address like 10.10.20.144 like this:
netsh dhcp server scope 10.10.20.0 add reservedip 10.10.20.144 0004FE42A3BE
Here 0004FE42A3BE is the MAC address of the system you want to reserve the address for.