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Rodc dns zone transfer still possible to trusted domain ?

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hello,

On a branch office we want to implement a Read only domain controller (test.domain A.) the branch office has it`s own domain: branch.domain.B that has a trust with test.domain.A

all workstations are member of test.domain.A and people log in with a account in test.domain.A  but have there dns server set to to branch.domain.B ( due to servers in lokal domain)

branch,domain.B gets a dns zone tranfer from the current full domain controller test.domain.A.

now the question is, can this still be done if the test domain.A server will be a rodc, is a zone transfer still possible. or do we have to make conditional forwarders to the rodc ?
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According to Microsoft's documentation there shouldn't be any issues with setting up AD-integrated DNS; the version on the RODC will be read-only.
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Indeed it works but the answer was not compleet
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