Force Delete Windows Server DHCP Failover Relationship

If you’ve found yourself here then chances are you messed up one of your domain controllers or at least one of your DHCP Servers. I admit I did. More than once. And I’m tired of querying for the elusive Remove-DhcpServerv4Failover PowerShell script to force delete the Windows Server DHCP failover relationship. The way content makes its way onto this site is usually split into two categories: Repetition, and one time specialized content not found on the internet (at least difficult).   Pick the server you want to keep. Look at your DHCP leases and determine which might be the most