After I installed a new DC and gave it the AD DS, DHCP, and DNS roles I let it sit for a couple days to replicate. I ran into the issue where I had set the server’s IP static and it caused the DHCP to bind to the NIC when it shouldn’t have which generated all these 1059 error’s.
If you get this error, open up DHCP => Right Click (ServerName) => Add/Remove Bindings => Uncheck your server’s IP address.
run => cmd =>
net stop dhcp && net start dhcp