Why can’t I use RODC DNS IP address on join to domain for client’s PCs?

What is RODC?

  • RODC stands for Read-Only Domain controller. Obviously, the name is the answer.

What is RODC purpose?

  • RODC act as a disaster plan or authentication for branches. RODC is deployed in a data center or at another site, it acts as a pull action. It pulls information and changes from the writable domain controller(s) only.

Why can’t I join to the domain on client’s PCs using RODC IP address?

  • Joining new PCs to the domain environment, this is considered as adding/modifying information and changes to the domain controller and this is the writable domain controller’s responsibility, not RODC.

 

 

 

 

Author: sabrinaksy

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