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windows2008 AD domain, the dhcp server is down so i have to reinstall dhcp service on another  server.
I have the backup of previous server (symantech backup for files and folders).
I will appreciate if someone help me the steps .
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You will find this EE link very helpful.  Your server must be authorized. Probably want to use netsh as recommended illustrated here.   Click on Arnold's TechNet link for step by step from book on 2008 Pocket Consultant.

http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Protocols/DHCP/Q_28299403.html
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