Infrastructure Master Configuration Conflict

Posted on 2011-10-18
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Last Modified: 2012-08-13
Hello Pros, we have a domain controller which is Windows 2008 Enterprise in place and this DC has all the roles, plus is our GC, now we're trying to add another DNS to our domain, so far the idea is to upgrade from Enterprise to R2. See the Snapshot. Is it safe to say (Transfer the Infrastructure master role to this domain controller) I already click on (DO NOT TRANSFER) but it takes me back to this very same prompt.
PS: We are not in a multi domain environment.

How is this going to impact my current environment if I say (Transfer)

Best regards and thanks if advance.
Question by:Katrach0
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Neil Russell earned 1500 total points
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It is perfectly safe. It is a warning JUST IN CASE you have a multi domain environment.
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by:Neil Russell
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In an environment where you only have 1 domain and a small number of DC's. Make them ALL GC servers.

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Great, it's perfectly fine.
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by:Neil Russell
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Whay only a grade "B"???

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