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March 23, 2014

Migrate DHCP Service from Windows 2003 onto Windows 2008 R2

Filed under: General — telnet25 @ 12:33 am

We will migrate DHCP Service from windows 2003 DC onto Windows 2008 R2 DC. Just follow the simple steps to get the work done

Environment :

  • Source Server  windows 2003 ( DC,GC) DHCP Installed here server name is = Server
  • Destination Server Windows 2008 R2 ( DC,GC) = We will migrate DHCP Service and all related configurations here
  • Log into Source Server where DHCP is installed
  • Click Start Open Cmd.exe

Netsh dhcp server export c:\temp\dhcp.txt

Make sure temp directory exist if not create one on the C drive….

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Now log into Target Server

  • Click start
  • In the search type
  • ServerManager.msc
  • Hit enter
  • Click Add Roles

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  • Now you need the file we have created earlier to import into this server
  • I am going to connect the first server and get the file we have created which does have all existing settings for the DHCP server

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I am going to copy the dhcp.txt file onto server1 onto temp directory

Click Start

Type Cmd.exe and hit enter

type following and hit enter

Netsh dhcp server import c:\temp\dhcp.txt

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Now open back to DHCP management

If you refresh all your existed settings are now in this new DHCP Scope

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Last thing we need to do is to go back and un-install DHCP services from source server, running DHCP from two servers will same scope will be ugly (-:

Log back onto first server

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Well done you have completed DHCP migration

Stay tuned until next time.

Best regards,
Oz Casey , Dedeal
MCITP (EMA), MCITP (SA)
MCSE 2003, M+, S+, MCDST
Security+, Project +, Server +
Http://smtp25.blogspot.com (Blog)
Http://telnet25.wordpress.com (Blog)

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