troubleshooting Question

Combine to existing DHCP scopes into one

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Windows Server 2012DHCP
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I have a DHCP scope that is running out of ip addresses. The ip addresses are 192.168.1.x with a /24 mask and with limited number of ip addresses (of course). I have another scope we don't use or need (ip address range is 192.168.2.x with a /24 mask I would like to combine the two. Is that possible? If so what is the process to combine the two scopes into one scope?

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