Windows Server 2008 R2 Thread, Migrate 2003R2 DCs to 2008 R2 in Technical; Originally Posted by SYNACK
No need to use the powershell tools, you are right they are quite fidely for certain ...
25th November 2010, 02:29 PM #16
This line in the TechNet migration guide put me off using netsh:
Originally Posted by SYNACK
Also the DHCP database structure in W2003 also appears to be different from that used in W2008 R2 - caused me some problems until I removed the DHCP folder contents entirely and then used the recommended Import-SmigServerSetting -featureid DHCP -Force -path <storepath> command to copy the settings across instead.
Note: The Windows Server 2003 operating system does not support Netsh-based backup.
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25th November 2010, 07:59 PM #17
depends how complicated your scope is?
if you dont have any reservations, and just a scope assigning a range it would be easier to recreate it.
we don't have any reservations on the "real" dhcp servers as the print server runs dhcp as well purely for the printers as they are on a different vlan
26th November 2010, 08:43 AM #18
Ah, was sure I had used that before but it must have been 2003 to 2003, used the migration tools the last time but they were mass involved in comparison to the netsh route.
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