I have a client who has a 2003 AD environment and his server is giving out DHCP. I would like to enable a second DHCP server on his network (from a router, etc.) so that in the event of a server outage, the client can still get IP, gateway, etc. ti give minimal networking ability.
The problem is that the windows server detects the DHCP server on the network, and shuts down its own DHCP service. How can I get the two DHCP servers to play nice with each other so taht i can have a little bit of redundancy?