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Why is it common practice to implement more than one domain controller per domain? a. So the Active Directory database can be divided among multiple systems b. To provide fault tolerance c. So administration of the directory can be distributed among multiple administrators



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Asked by Kenward, Last updated: Sep 08, 2020

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John Smith

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Answered Sep 08, 2016

B-one reason to implement more than one domain controller per domain is to provide fault tolerance. when more than one domain controller is used per domain, each still holds a complete copy of the active directory database. the domain database is not split up. the use of multiple administrators is not related to how many domain controllers are in use. when more than one domain controller is used per domain, each still holds a complete copy of the active directory database. therefore, using multiple controllers will not reduce the number of objects stored in the database on each domain controller. (discussion starts on page 28
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