I have DC's at multiple locations around the state. I need them at all locations because if we loose connectivity to these locations then the end users would still have to be able to authenticate. In the past I've had problems with DC's dying and corrupting AD and DNS and it spreads all over the state and I have a huge problem to clean up. I was wondering if I could keep all my DC's and just make any needed changes on my primary DC at HQ and have it push the changes to the secondary DC's without pulling any info from them.
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Log onto the new domain controller with a user account t…