A Short Intro about Windows Server Administration
Step #1: Reliability Monitor and Its Functions
Step #2: Computer Management Console
Basic Windows Administrative Tools
Step #3 Group Policies
Step #4: Microsoft Intune
Step #1: Try To Work with Azure Active Directory
Step #2: Set up the Windows Server Running
Step #3: The Domain Controller
For the situation in which there are many desktops involved to perform a certain job, you can expertly connect different servers together with a single domain controller. In offices, different users work and share files to bring the scattered system under one head domain controllers are used. These controllers synchronize the system together in a knot. By doing so, you can manage every setting through Group Policy steps.
Once you are done with installing windows server you have the option to set up a domain controller. In the settings select the different desktops and connect them to your computer. Start to add AD DS roles. After that, sign in to the domain-based account on your windows.