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Quick and Simple Way to Export DHCP Scope Settings From One Server to Another

Applies to:

Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012R2, Windows Server 2016

From the command prompt on the source DHCP server run the following command:

2.  Copy the “dhcp.dat” file to the new, or destination, DHCP server and run the following command:

While running the export command, the DHCP service will be temporarily stopped and won’t respond to DHCP requests.  Also, the import will fail if there are any existing DHCP scopes that overlap with the original DHCP servers configuration.

Exchange 2010: Moving Messages to Another Working Queue on another CAS Server

One of my CAS Hub servers was acting up and started queuing email. I needed to move the message to another working server while I needed time to troubleshoot what was causing the queuing.

This is what I had to do.

On the non working server:

  • Create a Folder on C: called MailsExport
  • Open Exchange Management Shell and type the following:
  • Mail should start exporting.
  • Once completed Move the *.eml files to the “Exchange Server\V14\TransportRoles\Pickup” folder on the working server.
  • The new server should immediately start processing the messages.