Learn how to install a read-only domain controller.
- [Instructor] Sometimes you'll find yourself in a situation…where you have a remote office…that has enough users, that it's worth having…a domain controller locally in that office.…But you don't have any IT staff…in that location to help keep that server secure.…Well Microsoft has a solution for this.…It's called a Read Only Domain Controller.…So to demonstrate this,…I'm going to use DC3.…'Cause I've already installed…active directory onto DC1 and DC2.…They're fully functional domain controllers.…So we'll make DC3 our read only version.…
Now the first step to installing…a Read Only Domain Controller…is exactly the same as any other domain controller…and that's to add the AD DS role.…Alright, so we'll just click on add role and features.…Click next.…It's a role based, installing on the correct…server here.…Click next.…Active Directory Domain Services…with the additional features.…Click next.…Next to no additional features.…Here's where AD DS is.…Click next.…Restart when done, if necessary.…Say yes to the warning and install.…
- Installing domain controllers, including the AD DS role
- Managing AD DS with AD Administrative Center and the command line
- Transferring and seizing FSMO roles
- Adjusting permissions
- Creating users and groups
- Managing computer accounts
- Creating organizational units (OUs)
Skill Level Intermediate
Windows Server 2019 Essential Trainingwith Scott M Burrell3h 18m Intermediate
What you should know1m 35s
1. Installing Domain Controllers
2. Active Directory Administration Tools
3. Flexible Single Master of Operations (FSMO)
4. Active Directory Permissions
5. Managing AD DS Objects
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