Configuring Servers for IPAM Management

You can configure IPAM-managed servers manually or through group policies. When done manually, each server type needs specific configurations, and although certain configurations may overlap between a DHCP and DNS server, for example, if you try to put all the configurations on each server you will run into some challenges and might open unnecessary security holes. To perform manual configuration of IPAM-managed servers, follow the steps on the specific server type as detailed in the following sections for DHCP, DNS, DC, and NPS.

When manual configuration is performed, a universal security group can be created in the domain named IPAMUG, and the IPAM server computer account should be made a member of this ...

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