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Migrating DHCP from Windows 2000 Server to Windows 2003 Server

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HI Guys,

I have loads of reservation in my DHCP which is currently running on Server 2000 which I will be making redundant soon and bringing Windows Server 2003 in it place. Can someone advise me on the best way to trasnfer these reservations on Server 2003 plz


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