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I have a virtual Read-Only Domain Controller that was hosted on a Hyper-V server that died. Since it's read-only, is there a problem if I don't boot it for a couple of days until I get the host fixed?
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Unless somebody needs it for logging in, DNS etc. you can leave it off.
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