In this task, you move the DHCP role from your existing servers or devices to the Management Server. Moving the DHCP role ensures that Windows EBS reliably performs dynamic addressing. This may not be required for some configurations.
Before you can move the DHCP role, you must complete the following task:
|To avoid disrupting your network operations, you should migrate DHCP to Windows EBS when network traffic is low.|
For instructions about how to migrate DHCP from a number of different server environments to Windows EBS, read the whitepaper on the Microsoft Web site (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=95815).