Moving DHCP from 2003 x86 to 2008 x64

Posted on 2011-10-05
Last Modified: 2012-05-12
Greetings Experts

I need to move the DHCP role from a Windows Server 2003 x86 server to a 2008 x64 box.

I am going to follow the KB article, however is there any additional configuration required considering the servers are different architectures?
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    The second option looks much simpler...I'm just concerned about getting in to difficulties after reading this article:

    Has anyone done a DHCP migration specifically between the two server types I mentioned above?
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    by:Stelian Stan
    I did the migration from 2003 to 2008R2 and I had no problems, but that was my case.

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