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address lease is disabled for dhcp after migrating

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I have migrated a dhcp but still the address lease is disbled, looking like a red

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by:Saravana1812
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I have migrated dhcp from 2003 to 2008, but address lease is having a red x. please help
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Prabhaheren earned 250 total points
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Hi Saravana,

On the DNS Server settings,
Right click the scope and authorize the server to handle the DHCP Lease
and make sure the DHCP service is up and running.
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by:Prabhaheren
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Sorry I mean to say DHCP Server Settings... Not DNS Server Settings..
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by:Prabhaheren
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And also make sure you unauthorize the DHCP in the 2003 Server for any conflicts... sorry to pile up the msgs instead of sending one..
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Thanks prabha
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