Read-only domain controllers: What are they and why should I care?

Learn the concept of a read-only domain controller and why security professionals should recommend its use in their enterprises.

SearchSecurity.com Security SchoolThis podcast is a portion of SearchSecurity.com's Intrusion Defense School lesson, Windows Server 2008 security features. Visit the lesson and school pages for additional learning resources, or visit our Security School Course Catalog to begin other lessons.

In this podcast, Beth Quinlan (MCT, MCSE-Security, CISSP), the technical lead for HynesITe, explains the concept of a read-only domain controller, a new type of domain controller in the Windows Server 2008 operating system, and why security professionals should recommend its use in their enterprises.

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Elizabeth Quinlan is the technical lead for HynesITe where she is a trainer/consultant.

This was first published in October 2008

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