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We have a very old server HP ML110. It is beginning to cause hardware (power) troubles. We are hosting DHCP services on this on Windows Server 2000.
Now I would like to transfer all the DHCP data (it has reserved IP addresses) from this old server to a new server which is Windows Server 2003.
How can I do this?
This Microsoft KB article should help