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Getting Started with Windows VDI by Andrew Fryer

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Creating an RODC

Creating an RODC used to be quite difficult, but among the many features in Windows Server 2012 R2, there are now more wizards and the option to save from the PowerShell script. For RODCs, there are two wizards. We can preauthorize a designated RODC from the Active Directory Administrative Console, or we can set up the RODC when we add the Active Directory Domain Services role. The reason there are two options here is because it is possible to create an RODC using an offline domain join when it's not connected to the network where our DCs are. However, we are doing this on a VM in Hyper-V so that we can create the RODC VM on our existing network for now and move it around once it is configured.

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