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RODC w/SBS2011??

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We're looking to place a SBS2011 standard server in a hosted environment.  We'll then implement a site-to-site VPN from the server to the client location.  At the client location we need a RODC to ensure the MS workstation network chatter doesnt go through the VPN.  Question:  Does SBS2011 Standard allow an RODC to be implemented?  

Does anyone have this setup in production?  

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Cliff Galiher earned 2000 total points
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Yes and yes.

-Cliff
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Great - Thank you
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