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  • Blog Post: DHCP Failover fixes in KB 2919393 for Windows Server 2012 and KB 2919355 for Windows Server 2012 R2

    The following fixes in DHCP Server for Windows Server 2012 have been released as part of Windows rollup update KB 2919393 and for Windows Server 2012 R2 for KB 2919355. Issue no 1: DHCP Failover server issues reserved IP address to a client with a different MAC address This issue pertains to...
  • Blog Post: Automatic syncing of scope configuration changes between 2 DHCP failover servers

    DHCP Failover is a new feature in Windows Server 2012 which provides for high availability of DHCP service. Two DHCP servers in a failover relationship synchronize the IP address lease information on a continual basis there by keeping their respective databases up-to-date with client information and...
  • Blog Post: DHCP Failover supports BOOTP clients in Windows Server 2012 R2

    DHCP Failover is a new feature in Windows Server 2012 which provides for high availability of DHCP service. Two DHCP servers in a failover relationship synchronize the IP address lease information on a continual basis, there by keeping their respective databases up-to-date with client information and...
  • Blog Post: DHCP PowerShell Export Import cmdlets in Windows Server 2012

    DHCP PowerShell in Windows Server 2012, in addition to providing cmdlets for DHCP server management, provides cmdlets for exporting ( Export-DhcpServer ) and importing ( Import-DhcpServer ) DHCP Server configuration and IP address lease data. Unlike NetSH.exe export/import functionality which uses binary...
  • Blog Post: Migrating existing DHCP Server deployment to Windows Server 2012 DHCP Failover

    Introduction This article provides information on how to migrate an existing DHCP server deployment on Windows Server 2008 or Windows Server 2008 R2 to Windows Server 2012 DHCP Failover. DHCP Failover feature requires two Windows Server 2012 on which the DHCP role is installed. To migrate from...
  • Blog Post: DHCP Failover using PowerShell

    DHCP failover allows administrators to ensure high availability of DHCP service by ensuring that in the event of a DHCP server going down, DHCP clients are able to extend the leases on their current IP addresses by communicating with another DHCP server on the enterprise network. The administrator can...