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Setting up IPAM

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I have installed IPAM via Roles and Features, along with all the other required components and the install read as successful.

However, I have not seen the Overview window to choose the provisioning method, nor do I see the IPAM app even listed in Tools in Service Manager. But DHCP, and DNS which were installed with IPAM are there.

So, is it hidden or is there a step I missed.

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This is a complete walk-through for IPAM for server 2012. I have used this guide several times without issue.
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh831622.aspx

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