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tcp/ip V6 on SERVER 2008 R2 (DC role,DHCP role)

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Hello,

I am currently migrating from SBS 2003 to 2 new servers (server1 and server2) provided with server 2008 R2 X64;

Server1 : currently joined today  in existing domain,unchecked tcp/ip V6 on NIC and performed  DCPROMO with success.

During preparation of  installation DHCP role,on server1 (to replace the DHCP role from the SBS2003) i am not sure to choose which option below;

enable DHCPV6 stateless mode or
Disable DHCPV6 statelss mode

2nd important thing, i want to install on server2  tomorrow the following role  and application;

Domain controller role & Exchange 2010.
Do i need to enable tcp/ipV6 on the tcp/ip properties on the nic regarding Exchange 2010 to operate properly and if so, can i still leave tcp/ipV6 disabled on Server1  or do i have to enable it because of replication between the 2 DC's ?
If i should re-enable tcp/ipV6 on server1,are any other action's requiered (dcdiag/fix,...)?

Thank you


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Hi there,

1. First of all, Exchange 2010 'needs' IPv6, there is actually no need to disable it. You can leave it running.

2. Here is some more information on ipv6-modes:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc753493.aspx

If for any reason you would need to re-enable ipv6 on server 1; that should be pretty straightforward.
Please be aware that ticking-of the checkbox in front of IPV6 to disable it (nic properties) is not enough. You should set the following reg key as well:

HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Services\TCPIP6\Parameters\DisabledComponents = ffffffff

Hope this helps,

Michael
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Thank you for the quick response MichealVH but i have some comments;

I read meanwhile  on technet that Server 2008 R2 solved the need to use V6 regarding Exchange 2010,so you can use it on V4 only?


and

 If I enable on the nic properties from Server1 again the tcp/ipV6 protocol and give a static entry, should i perform another action/command in order of the DC function?
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or can a DC (Server 2008 R2) with only ipV4 replicate without any problem with another DC (Server 2008 R2) that has ipV4 and ipV6 both enabled?

I assume it should not be a problem, but i want to be sure.
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Antwerp (raar dat ik iemand aanspreek met een stadsnaam...),

I've reproduced what you're trying to do and I haven't had any issues with one DC running on ipv4 and the other one on both.

So you should be fine.
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Hehe,Bedankt alvast!Kan weer rustig verder migreren.

Thanks a lot!
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Thanks for the lab test!
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