Use PowerShell to Install a DHCP Server on a Windows Server 2019 (Server Core) Active Directory Domain Controller

You need to have an Active Directory domain in place. I’m picking up where I left off in my previous blog article “Use PowerShell to Create a New Active Directory Forest on Windows 2019 Server Core Installation (no-GUI)“.

The procedure shown in this blog article is for demonstration purposes only.

Install the DHCP server feature.

Add the DHCP scope to the server.

Options can either be set at the scope level.

Or at the server level.

Authorize the DHCP server.

Display information about the scope.

Warning: Do NOT connect a DHCP server to your production network without explicit permission from your corporate network team <period>.

The procedure shown in this blog article was deployed to an isolated Hyper-V internal network in a test lab.


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