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I went into my Windows Server Core 2012 DHCP server while I was working on setting up IPAM and saw that the group DHCP Users is gone.  Does anyone know what the process is for recreating this group so that IPAM will operate properly?
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how did you set up the DHCP server and all related IPAM settings? via command line or GUI?
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There is no longer a Local DHCP Users group in server 2012 if the server is added to the domain. Users that need DHCP rights must be added to the DHCP Users Active Directory group which is stored in the Users container by default.
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