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For historical reasons we have a Windows 2003 Domain dishing out DHCP to a 2008 R2 domain.   I want to move the DHCP to 2008. What are the steps/gotchas that would be relevant?
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This article covers the process. http://www.petri.co.il/dhcp-server-migration-made-easy-windows-server-2008.htm

It is a pretty straight forward process.  I would recommend backing up the server before doing the migration.  
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