DHCP Split-Scope in Win2003

Assuming both DHCP servers are available, what would happen if one Win2003 DHCP server ran out of addresses.  Would the requesting client(s) receive an IP from the alternate automatically???
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valiconCommented:
Yes it would. I run DHCP in my environment in this way, it provides redundancy. Read more here:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc757346.aspx

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FCOASystems AdminAuthor Commented:
Thanks!  I had actually already looked at this technet article (and several others) but have yet to see an answer to my actual concern about exhausting all available addresses.
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