DHCP RHEL --> Active Directory???
I am working at a new company and it's the first time I've administered Red Hat on anything but my own laptop, so you can imagine my excitement when I was given my first project. Problem is, I can't find much out there to research it.
They want to move DHCP FROM their Red Hat servers to Windows Active Directory in order to leverage the benefits of having DNS and DHCP running as part of AD. (This is a mixed shop.) It's my job to research the possible issues that might pop up during and after the migration, not to try to convince them to keep it on RHEL. (In their defense, pretty much everything but AD runs on Linux here and they are moving more and more in that direction...this is just an exception.)
I have searched high and low and all I can find for Red Hat is how to move DHCP FROM Windows and Microsoft basically pretends that linux doesn't exist at all. (Lin-who?) This doesn't seem to be a very common thing to do, so I've taken to trying to post around and see if anyone out there might have more ideas. This is a production environment where all of our desktops run on dhcp, so even a minor issue could be a big problem.
If anyone has done this or can point me towards some resources, I'd be extremely happy!