diff between adc and cdc

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let me know about the differences between additional domain server and child domain server...

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dell INSPIRON 15 R

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The main difference of child and additional domain is additional domain is the backup domain which is used for load balancing and for fault tolerance and domain is the sub domain. And both will be having the different roles.It is used in big company’s.If your main server is not working or not responding properly in this condition, we close the services of main server and start the services of additional domain and going to repair the main server.if any condition additional domain is not working properly, then we starts the child domain for continuing the work of our company and repair the both servers. child domain is low permissions about additional domain and additional domain is low then main server.

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  • Brijesh
    The child domain and additional domain has some major difference here have a look at this resource Child Domain & Additional Domain which tells the difference.

    Hope this helps.
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