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Good news! We have now created a forum for discussions on Microsoft Networking Servers. This forum will help you get in touch with technology experts who are super excited to respond to all your queries at the earliest.
Multiple new features e.g. DHCP Ipv6 Stateful Server and SSTP are coming your way pretty soon. Use this forum to discuss your queries on upcoming/existing features and keep sending us feedback.
Looking forward to hear from you and your feedback on our Networking Infrastructure Servers!
-Tanu Mutreja [MSFT], Program Manager, Enterprise Networking Group.
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Adding to Tanu's great news, don't forget about our other two Windows Server "Longhorn" networking TechNet forums:
DHCP Consolidation :
I am currently consolidating a large site that contains a number of different domains, some W2k3.
I am about to consolidate DHCP onto one W2k3 R2 server which will be authorized in its own AD, however, how will this affect the DHCP clients from within different domains ?
Assuming DHCP relay agents are set up correctly and domain trusts exist correctly - will the DHCP clients within other domains recognise the new DHCP server as authorized and will the different domain affect the obtaining of leases or config ??
Are there any pitfalls I should look out for or any special commands, instructions or steps I should take ?