Applies To: Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2012
This guide provides administration and troubleshooting information for the IP Address Management (IPAM) feature in Windows Server® 2012 and Windows Server® 2012 R2.
Some topics in this guide apply specifically to new features available in Windows Server® 2012 R2. Topics that do not specify an operating system version apply to all versions of Windows Server that include IPAM. For detailed information about new and improved features of IPAM in different Windows Server operating systems, see What's New in IPAM [redirected].
In this guide
This guide includes the following sections:
Using the IPAM Client Console describes the controls, menus, and types of displays that are available in the IPAM client console. Specific items and sections in the console are identified, and their functionality is described. Information is provided about how to customize items displayed in the console.
Managing Server Inventory: Provides information about how to customize and organize the server inventory display.
Managing IP Address Space: Provides information about how to use IPAM’s IP address management (ASM) feature.
Multi-server Management: Provides information about how to use IPAM’s multi-server management (MSM) feature.
IP Address Tracking: Provides information about how to use IPAM’s IP address tracking feature.
Operational Event Tracking: Provides information about how to use IPAM’s operational event tracking feature.
Using Windows PowerShell with IPAM: Provides information about Windows PowerShell support for IPAM.
Best Practices: Provides recommendations for deploying and using IPAM.
Troubleshooting IPAM: Provides information about IPAM common problems and solutions.
IPAM Backup and Restore: Provides guidance for backup and restore of an IPAM server using Windows Server Backup.
Access Control: Provides guidance for configuring access control roles, access scopes, and access policies in Windows Server 2012 R2.