DHCP Failover and scope changes

The new feature DHCP failover in Windows Server 2012 eliminated the need for DHCP split scope. Awesome, right? It gives you the full scope on both servers and gives you a few other neat features, like load balancing or hot standby.

It’s not perfect though. When changing scope configuration you need to re-activate failover. Run the following command on either the DHCP primary or partner server:

It will replicate changes and activate failover again.

RSAT for Windows 10 Technical Preview

Those who have tried have failed. Installing Remote Server Admin Tools (RSAT) for Windows 8 on Windows 10 Technical Preview won’t work. However, Microsoft has now released RSAT for Windows 10 and you can get it here http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=44280