What is the best way to handle DHCP on my network. I have two physical domain controllers. I also have two Hyper V servers that run my virtual servers. Currently my router is temporarily handling DHCP.
The domain controllers are a primary and backup with DNS. If i install DHCP on one of those servers I can only do it on one. I don't think DHCP replicates to the other dmc.
Or could I create a cluster and have DHCP failover some how if one goes down? I never heard of anyone clustering domain controllers because they automatically replicate.
Or would it be better to create a third domain controller that was virtual machine? What is the best way to do this. I also want to add NTP time adjustment for network. I figured where ever i put the DHCP I would put NTP.
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