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Windows Server 2012 : Deploying domain controllers using Server Manager (part 3) - Additional domain controller in new domain

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2.2 Additional domain controller in new domain

After you deploy the first domain controller for a new domain or forest, you should deploy at least one additional domain controller in the domain for fault tolerance. After adding the AD DS role to the server that will become the additional domain controller, you can use the AD DS Configuration Wizard to promote the server to be an additional domain controller for the domain using following steps:

  1. On the Deployment Configuration page of the wizard, shown in Figure 4, select the Add A Domain Controller To An Existing Domain option. Specify the domain you want to add the new domain controller to, and if your current logon credentials have insufficient privileges to perform the option, click Change and specify suitable credentials.

    Deploying an additional domain controller to an existing domain.
    Figure 4. Deploying an additional domain controller to an existing domain.
  2. On the Domain Controller Options page, specify whether your domain controller should also be a DNS server. (This option is selected by default.)

  3. Also on this page, specify whether your domain controller should also be a global catalog server. (This option is selected by default.)

  4. Also on this page, specify whether your domain controller should also be an RODC. You should have at least two writeable domain controllers in every domain in your forest, so do not select this option if this is the second domain controller for your domain.

  5. Also on this page, specify the name of the existing AD DS site the new domain controller should belong to. (The default is Default-First-Site-Name.)

  6. Also on this page, enter a password for the DSRM administrator account.

  7. On the DNS Options page, specify DNS delegation options if you are integrating AD DS with an existing DNS infrastructure.

  8. On the Additional Options page, select the Install From Media (IFM) option if you used the Ntdsutil.exe tool to create installation media for additional domain controllers that you are deploying in the domain. You can use the Install From Media (IFM) option to minimize the replication of directory data over your network, which helps make deploying additional domain controllers at remote sites more efficient. If you are deploying additional domain controllers at your organization’s hub site (its headquarters or central office), however, you would generally not use the IFM option.

  9. Also on this page, if you are not using the IFM option for deploying additional domain controllers, you can select which domain controller in your domain the new additional domain controller should use as an initial replication partner for pulling down a copy of the AD DS database. By default, your new domain controller replicates from any available domain controller in the domain, but you also have the option of specifying a particular domain controller as its initial replication partner.

  10. Complete the remaining steps of the wizard to deploy the additional domain controller to the domain.

 
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