1 hour 40 minutes

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.

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Instructed By

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Michael Boberg
CEO of Broadline Enterprises, LLC