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Is it possible to have reliable replication and fail over with a single domain controller?

I plan on having hyperv 2012 server on one server with a single domain controller and a hypervisor on the 2nd server.  If the domain controller is down then i assume replication and logins wont be possible. therefore i need a backup domain controller, right?
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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2 or more is always the best practice.

Is it possible to have reliable replication and fail over with a single domain controller?

What is it replicating to if there is only 1?
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by:Kylo Ren
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2 hypervisors and one domain controller. it is replicating to a 2nd hypervisor.
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Hi,

Best practise/correct approach is to have 2 domain controller on 2 different Hypervisors.

Please find more in on "Running Domain Controller in Hyper V"
http://technet.microsoft.com/pt-pt/library/virtual_active_directory_domain_controller_virtualization_hyperv%28v=ws.10%29.aspx
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Implement and install another Domain Controller. A single Domain Controller is not recommended.
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