Sync DHCP reservation to another server

Hello Experts,

I have two DHCP servers in a split configuration. I'm trying to figure a way to copy/merge a reservation list from server A to server B

anyone have any suggestions.

My environment consists of Windows server 2008 R2 enterprise.

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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
If your scope is split, there's no need to have the same reservation lists on both machines.
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Neil PreeperAuthor Commented:
Paul are you sure about that? My understanding for a split scope is for high availability and failover..
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Paul MacDonaldDirector, Information SystemsCommented:
A split scope assigns portions of a whole scope to several servers so that, if a server goes down, there are other servers that can still handle requests.

Server 2012 does have a new DHCP Failover configuration, but it's not available in Server 2008, and it's not split scope.

You could put DHCP on two servers in a failover cluster, but that seems like overkill.
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Neil PreeperAuthor Commented:
I went with a windows server 2012 fail-over DHCP configuration, with a script that sync the reservation with both servers
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