Win2008 Clustering DHCP Servers

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DHCP server
File Server
Windows Server 2008
Windows Server 2008 Clustering
Hi I've been asked to cluster two new servers which are identical for the role of our new DHCP. I've found some literature on clustering file servers, but no information on Clustering DHCP servers. Using Win 2008 Enterprise version x64. Any advise would be greatly appreciated. Thanks

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IBM Servers

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Found this video which may help you with it:

http://www.steeleye.com/downloads/resource/videos/dhcp-cluster-with-datakeeper/index.htm

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  • Magoo
    Hi Aguacer0, Thanks for the information, the link stated that the web page was no longer available, however I navigated in their site and found the video demo. I was hoping to fine some more information from MS. On the article that I found for File Server Clustering it talks about having a minimum of two partions once which is used as a Witness Disk. Since I'll be only using DHCP service on these servers, I'm woundering if I have to create the two partitions? Please advise,
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  • mshen
    The Witness disk is required for a two node cluster. The partition size doesn't need to be bigger than 500MB.
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