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Windows Server 2008 Read Only Domain Controllers - Password Replication Policies Read-only domain controllers (RODCs) are a new feature in Windows Server 2008 allowing domain controllers to be deployed in locations where security might otherwise be a concern (e.g. branch offices). In this video Mark Wilson takes a look at the password replication policies that are used to contro... More...

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Creating a Read Only Domain Controller on Windows Server 2008 Core Using the Install From Media (IFM) Option In Windows Server 2008, the combination of a Server Core installation and the Read Only Domain Controller role is ideal for Branch office deployments, but what happens if you have bandwidth constraints and don't want to replicate all your AD data across the wire? Gordon Ryan will show you in this vi... More...

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Windows Server 2008 Read Only Domain Controllers – preparation and deployment Read-only domain controllers are a new feature in Windows Server 2008 allowing domain controllers to be deployed in locations where security might otherwise be a concern (e.g. branch offices). In this video Mark Wilson shows viewers how to prepare an existing Active Directory for Windows Server 2008... More...

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WS08 Core RODC Creation In this video, Keith Combs creates a read only domain controller focusing on user IDs and passwords. More...

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Securing Branch Office User Accounts In this demo you will see several ways that user accounts in a branch office can be secured. Branch offices traditional are a place of high risk for domain controllers. Placing domain controllers in branch offices good for functionality and productivity, but bad for security. This demo shows how you... More...

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