Windows Server 2012 DHCP Server not working

Hi Guys,
I just added a new DHCP role to a Windows Server 2012, and I think I have configured and activated everything that needed to be done for it to work properly.

The thing is that it is not giving out the IP addresses to the clients.

I have the following message in the eventviewer:

Source:        Microsoft-Windows-DHCP-Server
Date:          7/28/2015 5:30:32 PM
Event ID:      1044
Level:         Information
The DHCP/BINL service on the local machine, belonging to the Windows Administrative domain mydomaiin.local, has determined that it is authorized to start. It is servicing clients now.

If I configure a scope to give out IP addresses in the 10.10.88.0/24 subnet it works.

But I need this DHCP Server to give out addresses from the 10.10.80.0/24 subnet, when I configure that scope it doesn't work.

The only thing I can think of is that I'm giving out addreses from a different subnet than the one the server is in.
The server IP: 10.10.88.100

The scope I created gives out IP addresses in the subnet: 10.10.80.0/24

Any help will be greatly appreciated.
cargexAsked:
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cargexAuthor Commented:
I just created a superscope and move the new scope inside it and it is working now.
Can somebody confirm if this is the defnitive solution to this issue, or if there might be a different configuration?
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cargexAuthor Commented:
This is working fine for me, so I'm closing this question with my answer as the correct answer.
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