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    « PCs and Home Labs and Data Centers, Oh My... (Part 2) | Main | The Cius Has Arrived, But Why? »

    07/05/2011

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    Gabriel Chapman

    I've been burned a few times by not having a physical AD system available. Far too much can go wrong and in the long run the piece of mind it buys outweighs the flexibility of it being a vm. We have always have a vm dc but keep that physical one around just in case

    Jeramiah Dooley

    In an enterprise environment, I'm completely with you. Even if it's a tertiary controller that doesn't have any FISMO roles and it's sitting on an old desktop PC that should have been thrown out years ago, having at least one physical is a good idea. In the lab, where physical boxes are hard to come by, it's been OK until now. The NAS definitely bit me on this one.

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