Chapter 34. Deploying Read-Only Domain Controllers

In the previous chapter, you learned about installing domain controllers using a standard read/writable installation. That chapter, however, did not discuss read-only domain controllers (RODCs) or detail the differences between read-only domain controllers and read/writable domain controllers (RWDCs), which is exactly what this chapter is about. After you’ve worked with RODCs and RWDCs for a time, you’ll understand why it is important to consider them as separate and distinct from each other.

When working with RODCs, it is important to understand that they ...

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