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7.At the fsmo maintenance prompt, type one of the following commands:seize schema masterseize domain naming masterseize RID masterseize PDCseize infrastructure master8.If you are prompted to confirm this action, click Yes9.At the fsmo maintenance prompt, execute quit10.At the ntdsutil prompt, execute quit11.Close the command prompt.
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Installing and Configuring an RODC 44Windows Server 2008 introduced the read-only domain controller (RODC), which contains a full replication of the domain database. It was created to be used in places where a domain controller is needed but the physical security of the domain controller cannot be guaranteed. For example, it might be placed in a remote site that is not very secure and has a slower WAN link. Because it has a slow WAN link, a local domain controller would benefit the users at that site.
Install a Read-Only Domain Controller 45GET READY.To install a read-only domain controller on a server that has the AD DS role installed, but has not been promoted to a domain controller, perform the following steps.1.If Server Manager is not open, open Server Manager.2.In the left pane, click AD DS. In the right pane, in the yellow bar, click More.3.In the All Servers Task Details dialog box, click Promote this server to a domain controller. The Active Directory Domain Services Configuration Wizard starts. 4.On the Deployment Configuration page, the Add a domain controller to an existing domain option is already selected. Click Next. 5.On the Domain Controllers Options page, click Read only domain controller (RODC). Select the correct site name. In the Password and Confirm password text boxes, type a Directory Service Restore Mode (DSRM) password. Click Next.
Install a Read-Only Domain Controller 466.On the RODC Options page, in the Delegated administrator account section, click Select. In the Select User or Group dialog box, in the Enter the object names to select text box, type the name of the account to be used as a delegated administrator and click OK. Click Next. 7.On the Additional Options page, click Next.8.On the Paths page, click Next.9.On the Review Options page, click Next.10. On the Prerequisites Check page, click Install.11. When the installation is complete, restart the domain controller.
Cloning a Domain Controller 47Starting with Windows Server 2012, you can safely virtualize a domain controller and rapidly deploy virtual domain controllers through cloning. It allows you to quickly restore domain controllers when a failure occurs and to rapidly provision a test environment when you need to deploy and test new features or capabilities before you apply the features or capabilities to production.
Deploy a Cloned Virtualized Domain Controller 48GET READY.To deploy a cloned virtualized domain controller, perform the following steps.1.If Server Manager is not open, open Server Manager.2.Click Tools > Active Directory Users and Computers.3.In the Active Directory Users and Computers console, navigate to and click the Domain ControllersOU.4.Right-click the source virtualized domain controller and choose Properties.

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