Breaking down the read-only domain controller with Windows 2008

In part two of our interview with Microsoft senior technical product manager Justin Graham, learn how the read-only domain controller can help improve branch office security, plus the application compatibility considerations admins should be aware of before deploying it.

In part two of our interview on Active Directory from TechEd 2008, Microsoft senior technical product manager Justin Graham explains how the read-only domain controller can help improve branch office security. Graham also provides details on the application compatibility considerations that admins should be aware of before deploying an RODC with Active Directory in Windows Server 2008.

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This was first published in June 2008

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