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    DHCP restore database

    Hi all, and happy new year.

    Does anyone know how to restore a DHCP database on server 2003?

    Ive got a backup of the database but it dont seem to work.

    Can anyone help?

    Ta

    Tim

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    There is no real need to restore it, why not just recreate the scope and reservations and it will rebuild itself?

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    I think you can use the netsh cmd line to backup/restore a scope.

    http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325473

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    Last one I had break I just deleted it all and set its options and left it to it, and added the statics back in afterwards



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