Time
1 hour 40 minutes
Difficulty
Beginner
CEU/CPE
3

Video Description

Implementing Read Only Domain Controllers This lesson covers implementing read only domain controllers. Read only domain controllers are a copy of what is contained in an actual database, but it is not editable. To accomplish this, one first needs to make sure the system is ready and this is done via the active domain controller. In this lab-based lesson, participants receive step-by-step instructions and can follow right along with the instructor as he shows how to implement read only domain controllers using the add roles and features wizard.

Video Transcription

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implementing your active directory structure may have a very good reason to include What's, Ah, read only domain controller. These air basically
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ones that hold a copy of the actor director database but is not edible to read only version so Well, when it is, you would actually take a look at our environment and see how we getting set up prerequisites. And the process is doling it.
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So we actually have a machine that you set up for that purpose for calling it Ln dash r o D c. One.
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It won't make sure that our environment is prepped for it. So the first thing I want to do in our government is going to make sure that our
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system is designed for that. So we actually need to bring up a domain controller.
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You go to our
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after directory,
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uses the computers, so goto a duck's gonna bring that up
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and what we get an actor doctor use the computers.
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We want to make sure that we have, For example,
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under r
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a datum dot com. We want to make sure this is the right
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social levels. First thing I do is right. Click on a data
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and look at your
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raised the most to me in Foshan level, we're not gonna raise it unless we need to. But
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remembers one way process says
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raised about Damian Foshan level here it says Windows server 2012
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Very mind at the minimum that we could do is Windows Server 2003 and we're gonna use a r o d c. We still have to have it,
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uh,
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credible to make a troller at her higher than the same os level. Is that what we're implementing? But we just need to make sure it Windows Server 2003
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for hire. So we're not gonna raise this. We're gonna head gets out of that.
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NASCAR had get over to our actual
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read only domain controller and do what we need to do. Is that so? Well, overtired, really to make control here.
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So is it really debate controller?
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If we wantto actually make this a read only domain controller,
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we actually need to go through the processes of
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taking a few steps.
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We could just mainly do this, just go ahead and manage and add in our rules of features and actually go through the process of setting it up as a religion

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Instructed By

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Michael Boberg
CEO of Broadline Enterprises, LLC
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