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Can IAS configuration replicate across domain controlers?

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i have configured 2 domain controllers for resilience in the same domain, the first domain controller had IAS installed for radius clients.

the second domain controller for the same domain does not seem to replicate the IAS settings even though i installed IAS on  that server is this normal?

will i have to configure the radius clients manually on both domain controllers, they dont seem to replicate like when i configure a user.

thanks in advance

Craig
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