Win 2012 Domain controller VM, should the Hyper-V host be part of the domain?

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http://serverfault.com – I have a Hyper-V 2012 host running a Win 2012 ADS domain controller. Question is should I make the hyper-v Host partition part of the domain? Problems occur as the VM Host boots because the domain controller virtual machine is, of course, not running at that time. It would be convenient to have the VM Host as part of the domain because that would allow file shares going into the VM to use domain users and groups. Also allows WSUS to provide updates to the VM Host. How does everyone else deal with this issue? (HowTos)