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why not make all DCs in a large forest as gc's

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why not make all DCs in a large forest as gc's
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Mike Kline earned 125 total points
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Unless you have some really bad connections that may not be able to  handle the extra traffic there is no reason not to make the GCs.  In fact look at the first bullet point here
http://adisfun.blogspot.com/2009/04/lessons-learned-from-eric-fleischman.html
All our DCs are GCs where I am.  Thanks
Mike
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