Your network contains several branch offices. All servers run Windows Server 2008 R2. Each branch office contains a domain controller and a file server. The DHCP Server role is installed on the branch office domain controllers. Each office has a branch office administrator.
You need to delegate the administration of DHCP to meet the following requirements:
- Allow branch office administrators to manage DHCP scopes for their own office
- Prevent the branch office administrators from managing DHCP scopes in other offices
- Minimize administrative effort
What should you do?