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Upgrade plans - move DHCP from NT 4 to 2000

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What is the best plan of attack to move my DHCP server from a NT 4.0 box to a new Windows 2000 Server. Is there any thing to watch out for?

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by:cairo1
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If you don't need to maintain the lease information, just using a new DHCP install from Win 2000 Server would be easy and straight forward.
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kenseow earned 200 total points
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Your best bet will be to follow the steps in the KB http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;en-us;130642

Also, if you are on a multi VLAN environment, remmeber to set the "IP helper address" to the new DHCP server IP address.

All the best!
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