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 use either MMC or PowerShell for…

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Scalability Test Results for Windows Server 2012 DHCP Server

Introduction This blog article provides data from tests conducted on server hardware (from different vendors and with different configurations) using Windows Server 2012 that depict how the different DHCP server operations scale with increasing hardware capacity. It can be used for guidance in assessing scalability of systems running Windows Server 2012 DHCP Server and choosing…

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DHCP Policies using PowerShell

The DHCP server role in Windows Server® 2012 introduces DHCP Policies also referred as Policy Based Assignment (PBA), a feature that enables users to create policies at scope or server level for assigning IPv4 addresses and options to DHCP clients based on attributes like Vendor Class, User Class, MAC Address etc.  The DHCP Policies blog…

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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 file format for the exported data, these cmdlets are designed for human readability as well as modification…

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