Active Directory is one of the most widely used services on enterprise networks. In addition to providing basic authentication and authorization services, Active Directory enables so many other capabilities that its popularity is no surprise.
Windows Server 2016 adds some significant new features to both Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Active Directory Federation Services (AD FS). Many of the features added in Windows Server 2016 are geared toward the increased focus on cloud applications, whether they're public, private, or hybrid.
In this step by step guide we will walk through the simple procedure to configure Active Directory domain controller in a lab network.