A. If the DNS zone is Active Directory (AD)-integrated, meaning the DNS zone information is stored in AD, then an RODC's DNS information is read-only, like the content of AD.
If the DNS receives a write attempt, the DNS server will refer the client to a writable DNS server and then try and replicate from that writable DNS server after 30 seconds.Related Reading:
- Q. What is a read-only domain controller (RODC)?
- Q. How can I force a client in a hub location to use a local Read-Only Domain Controller (RODC)?
- Active Directory Enhancements in Windows Server 2008
- Q. Where should the primary DNS for a Read Only Domain Controller (RODC) that's a DNS server point?
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