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    Quick question for all you AD techies out there.

    Suppose we have the following AD structure, where we have 1 empty root domain eg mycorp.com, then we have 8 child domains with each one representing a regional office eg london.mycorp.com.

    Transcenders etc, say that in this example you would have:
    1 Domain naming master
    1 Schema master
    8 RID master, PDC emulator & Infrastructure manager.

    Surely, if there are 9 domains in total including the root domain, there should be 9 RID, PDC & Infra ?
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    Nobody wanting to reply ????
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    If the mycorp.com domain is to be empty why would you need a RID master? Although by default, a RID master is assigned for the domain, it is not necessary to have if no objects will be created within mycorp.com.

    As a side note, this is not a very good question and MS will not ask you a question like this on the exam.
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