1) Install the DHCPEXIM on each server
2) Install DHCP on Windows 2003
3) Authorize DHCP on Windows 2003
4) Stop DHCP Server service on Windows 2003
5) Run DHCPEXIM on Windows 2000 (You must highlight all of the subnets). Check the box to disable the scopes after export
6) Stop the DHCP Server on Windows2000
7) Copy the file you created to Windows 2003
8) Start DHCP on Windows 2003
9) Run the DHCPEXIM on Windows 2003 selecting Import
10) Review the settings and reconcile if the DHCP MMC indicates it is needed.
1) Install DNS on Window 2003
2) Create a Secondary zone on Windows 2003 with the Windows 2000 server as the primary
3) Force Zone transfer and review the information
4) Convert the secondary zone to a primary zone on Windows 2003
5) Shut down DNS on Windows 2000
6) Change the Primary zone to AD integrated if desired.
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