we have a windows server 2003 server which we are planning to decommision in next few months.
One of the only thing the server does is run as a DHCP server at one of our sites. The server at present is in local site. The new DHCP server will be remote at a different site. Both sites are connected via a dedicated line.
The problem is how is best way to go about doing this.
Shall i install dhcp on the new server, create scope etc and then authorize and same time de-authorise the old DHCP server from server 2003.
install dhcp on new server as secondary so both gets replicated and then decommission the old one?
We are also thinking to configure a new IP range for this site so im thinking maybe just create new scope will be easier than migrating. what you guys suggest?
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