Perhaps you can not see the options issued to addresses in the Address Leases on the server DHCP, and content Reservations may not be available after the restoration of the configuration of the DHCP GUI Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2008. If you transfer or export the database via the DHCP MMC, migration is not Can. This problem occurs when you use the DHCP GUI to move a DHCP database from Windows Server 2003 to Windows Server 2008. Solution When you export a configuration in Windows 2003 Server, using netsh, you can see one of the following error messages: Access is denied An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format. In this case, the following steps will help you to export data base DHCP.
1. On a Windows 2003 DHCP, containing the original database, type the following command: netsh DHCP server dump> c: DHCPdump.txt 2. Copy DHCPdump.txt to another Windows 2003 server 3. Open text file and edit it, using search and replace, change the IP-address of the old server to new Windows 2008 Server, and then save the file. 4. Stop the DHCP server service and delete the contents DHCP folder including subfolders. 5.
Start the server DHCP. 6. Right-click on the command line cmd and then click Run as administrator to open a cmd prompt with elevated privileges. Note: You must have local administrator rights to import data. 7. At the command prompt, type: netsh exec DHCPdump.txt 8. At the command prompt, type: netsh DHCP server initiate reconcile 9. Open the console and verify that the options are not damaged and the contents of Reservations present. 10. At the command prompt, type: netsh DHCP server export c: DHCP.txt all in some cases, you may receive the following error message when you import data to 2008 Server. ‘The Requested operation requires Elevation.’ Make sure that the command prompt opens with elevated privileges on Windows Server 2008. To do this, right-click on command from the menu bar and select Run as administrator and then try and import data.