So after reading numerous articles about the subject matter, looks like I have to skip the easy netsh method of export/import of the DHCP since I need to bring over my leases & reservations, correct?
And I need to use the server migration utility to perform the migration since it will allow me to bring over leases & reservations, correct?
Is this still applicable: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/7411.step-by-step-migration-dhcp-from-windows-server-2003-to-windows-server-2008-r2-with-windows-server-migration-tools.aspx?
for my scenario or is there a shorter/easier method that still brings over my leases & reservations? Will this still work if my target server's (Win 2012) IP is different from the source server (Win 2003) IP?
Also, what's a good resource for setting up load-balanced (NOT 80/20 split-scope) DHCP at the target Win 2012 server? Yes, I do have a 2nd 2012 server ready to team up with the target.
Thank you in advance!