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Configruing DHCP on same system that is running Nat Transaltion Routing and remote access

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I looking to configure my win 2003 server as a router.  I currently have DHCP running on that machine.  Is there going to be any confilicts?  Do I needed reconfigure DHCP?  If yes, can point me to some good documentation.  Thanks
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Don you mean that the server provides DHCP, or that it uses it? There should not be any reason that the two can't coexist nicely. Your  DHCP settings should continue to work.
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