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Moving DHCP service to W2K server

Posted on 2002-05-24
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I'm moving DHCP over from one server to another. The scopes will be
different, but on the same network. Is it as siimple as activating the
new scope and then disabling the old one? I figure that once the clients
can't renew their lease, they will broadcast for a new DHCP server.
Does that sound right?
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That sounds exactly right. However it a little annoying for users if that have to wait an extra mili-second to log in.

This link is also great for moving DHCP.  

http://www.microsoft.com/windows2000/en/server/help/default.asp?url=/windows2000/en/server/help/sag_DHCP_Tro_MovingDatabaseToNewServer.htm

Copy and past the whole url.

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