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DHCP Failover Replication Error

Posted on 2016-08-21
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Hi,

When trying to configure failover for the DHCP Scopes from our Primary to Secondary Domain Controller I keep getting the error of:

"Configure failover failed. Error: 20103. Conflict in Types for same option.''

Im assuming this is because the secondary controller doesn't know about the custom created scopes on the primary?

I think I can add the options in manually but is there an easier way?

Thank you.
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