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DHCP and DNS on the same server

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Is this possible and how would one make this happen?
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Yes, it's fine.  Just install both roles
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i.e. just add the DHCP role to (one of) the server that's got DNS on it and disable DHCP on any other server on the same subnet.  Authorize the new one and away you go
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yes you can install DHCP & DNS on same server ,
you can do the same by installing DHCP and DNS from Networking Services from -Add/remove programs -Add/remove commpoments
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And its ok to run the DNS and DHCP services on the same server or do they have to be on seperate ones, i dont think i made the question clear enough sorry.

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Yes, there's no problem in running both services on one server.  That server can also run other services/roles.
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yes you can run dhcp & DNS on same server
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CAn these be run on a server with Exchange also?
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Yes, that's no problem, either.  There are no conflicts
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