I am in the process of setting up AD in Azure for a Client. The Client Solution is gradually moving towards Azure, but as yet no Active Directory up there.Is there anything I should watch out for when setting it up ? My plan was to setup a new site with the subnets of all live servers in Azure and put this new AD server in that subnet.
Now this leads me onto my next question. I have been tasked with setting up a Disaster Recovery option in Azure for the same client. I am in the process of using the Site Recovery Feature for Azure on a separate isolated network, but I am not sure of the best way of setting up AD here as the mission criticals will be brought up with different IPs.
As part of the last phase of a DR going live I would add a link from the isolated network to the "live azure" network.
Now the only things which would change in DR for the servers would be the IP addresses. Is it possible to setup an RODC in DR and update DNS to have the new server IP addresses ?
design pitfalls for Active Directory\Site Recovery in Azure ??
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