Buffalo's newest network storage solution family is optimized to deliver the most robust file server experience, and in addition to offering dependable, seamless domain integration, the TeraStation Pro WSS provides advanced features such as centralized management, DFS replication and, on select models, data Deduplication (SIS) and Read-only Domain Controller (RoDC) support.
What does RODC stand for?
RODC stands for Read-Only Domain Controller (Active Directory Domain Controller)
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Windows 2008 and RFC 2307 Support - New functionalities in PowerADvantage will provide investment protection for clients by supporting Windows 2008 with fine-grained password policies, Kerberos AES encryption, read-only domain controllers and 64-bit support for Windows Active Directory snap-ins.
In addition to the already extensive Active Directory support this book will now fully cover the Read-Only Domain Controller operation mode in Active Directory, intended for use in branch office scenarios where a domain controller may reside in a low physical security environment, was introduced in Windows Server 2003 R2 and will be extended in the 2008 version.