The Starting Setup
1 x Windows Server 2003 R2 with DHCP configured.
Figure 1: Server 2003 DHCP Configuration
1 x Windows Server 2008 R2 with DHCP role, and service started, but no scopes configured.
Figure 2: Server 2008 DHCP with no scopes
1. On the 2003 R2 server, from the command prompt run:
netsh dhcp server export C:\dhcp.txt all
Figure 3: Running netsh dhcp server export on Server 2003
2. Right-click the 2003 R2 DHCP server object > All Tasks > Stop
Figure 4: Server 2003 DHCP Server > All Tasks > Stop
3. Copy dhcp.txt to the 2008 R2 server
4. On the 2008 R2 server, from the command prompt run:
netsh dhcp server import c:\dhcp.txt all
Figure 5: Running netsh dhcp server import on Server 2008 R2
5. Right-click the 2008 R2 DHCP server object > All Tasks > Restart
Figure 6: Server 2008 DHCP Server > All Tasks > Restart
And verify that the DHCP configuration has been copied across!
Figure 7: 2008 R2 DHCP Server with migrated 2003 DHCP config
Note: If you have networks obtaining DHCP across routed networks from the centralized DHCP server, this will require the IP helper-address to be reconfigured on network devices to pass DHCP requests from local clients to the centralized DHCP server (unless you can give your new DHCP server the same IP as the old one).
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