You can remove one or more scopes from a superscope if necessary to restructure the scopes on the server. Removing a scope from a superscope does not delete the scope or deactivate it. Instead, it simply makes it a scope directly under the server branch, rather than a child scope of the superscope. This enables you to add it to a different scope or eliminate the superscope without affecting its individual scopes.
To remove a scope from a superscope, open the DHCP console and open the superscope in question. Right-click the scope and choose Remove from Superscope. If the scope being removed is the only scope in the superscope, Windows Server 2003 removes the superscope because you can't have an empty superscope.
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