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I have four Domain Controllers each have their own DNS

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Dear All,

We have 4 DC's Our primary domain controller needs a reboot however each domain has its own DNS Server would i incur any issues on the network if this DC is rebooted?

Many thanks all
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If I read you correctly, you have 4 domain controllers. Not 4 domains? You shouldnt have any issues unless there are files or a service like SQL running on that box.
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