You don't need to set up a superscope... just an additional regular scope with the range that you need. In the new VLAN, use the IP HELPER-ADDRESS command to redirect DHCP requests to your DHCP server. The requests are marked, so that the DHCP server knows which vlan they came from and, thus, which scope to pick the IP from for the DHCP offer.
You would only use superscopes to use multiple IP address ranges to apply to a single physical network segment (VLAN). You might use them when you've run out of addresses in one range and want to use another range of addresses for that same VLAN or if you're migrating from one IP scheme to another. You do NOT use them for multiple VLANs.
If you are using Cisco Router with enough memory and latest software you can configure the router as a dhcp server to provide IP addressing for the different Vlan you want implemented. If you have more than one router in the network you can provide redundancy across router using HSRP and configuring different VLANs on either routers providing backup for one another. This will be better than depending on one Win2k server.
With only 200 clients, redundancy is not all that vital, although it's extremely easy to create a second DHCP server and split the scopes. I think that the ease of management difference between WIN2k and DHCP on a group of routers is big enough to justify the risk of leaving it on WIN2k. It's gotta be easy enough to maintain that you can teach a peon or a manager to do it, otherwise you never get to go on vacation.
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