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Migrating 2003 dhcp scopes to 2012

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I'm trying to import the dhcp scopes from a 2003 server to 2012 but I keep getting the message "TLS supported but not configured".

How to I get by the error?

I'm migrating about 125 scopes over and cannot get them to import.
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Santosh Gupta earned 2000 total points
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Please check if your both server box has same language.

Also  try to migrate DHCP database from Windows 2003 to a new Windows 2012 server, just by using netsh commands,
- Install the DHCP Server role on the new 2012 Server, but don't Authorize it.
- On the Windows 2003 DHCP Server, open CMD and type: netsh dhcp server export C:\dhcp.txt all
- Copy the file to the new 2012 Server (I used C:\)
- On the new 2012 server, open CMD and type: netsh dhcp server import C:\dhcp.txt all
- Authorize it, stop the old 2003 DHCP service,
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by:rdefino
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Hi Santosh, I'll give it a try.

As for the links, I've been though them already. I saw "remove all the option in "Server Option" like 003 Router 006 DNS SERVERS and put it back after doing the import "

I can't do this, I have about 150 scopes to migrate, can't go in and remove the dns and router entries from all of them.
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santosh, I still get the "tls supported but not configured"
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