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We’re in the final stretch of our 31 days, and for today’s article Keith Mayer is going to give you all the details on how you can make DHCP highly available in Windows Server 2012.
“But.. couldn’t you cluster DHCP services before?”
Yes, but clustering involves more investment or complexity than some would like to invest in. Server 2012, however, makes it really easy, while at the same time giving you a couple of useful options.
READ KEITH’S ARTICLE HERE
Did you ever think that we’d make such big improvements to something as foundational as DHCP?