And how does that work?
Active Directory is a network of computers running Windows Server. When you log on to a Windows computer, the user's account is identified in Active Directory. Active Directory can also be used to store user information.
How do you set up an account inside Windows Server? You need to create a user account in Active Directory. To do this, you need to:
Log on to a Windows computer and log on to the domain. Change your account to an account that has sufficient permissions. For example, you should use the default Administrator account to set up an Active Directory account.
On one computer (the login computer) you log on to AD using the User credentials you created in Step 1. The login computer will have a domain joined account, or have a domain joined computer under the same Active Directory domain.
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