Guide – How To Start – Active Directory Windows Server 2022 Minimal

Connection and Configuration of Active Directory Windows Server 2022 Minimal

      To start the server, start the virtual machine through Azure

  1. For the VM to work, you need to open port 3389 (TCP), in the network properties in Azure Firefall.
  1. To connect to the virtual machine, run the “Remote Desktop Connection” shortcut “Win + R”
  1. In the window that appears, enter “mstsc” and click “OK”.
  1. In the window that appears, enter the IP of the virtual machine and click “Connect”.
  1. In the window that appears, enter your username and password and click “OK”.
  2. Check the box and click “Yes”.
  1. In the opened console you will see the command  15.
  1. Next, you need to start the Powershell command line, for this you need to enter 15 and press “Enter”.
  1. There are several possible uses for Active Directory:
  1. Installing a new Active Directory forest

Install-ADDSForest -DomainName name.you.domain -ForestMode Win2016 -DomainMode Win2016 -DomainNetbiosName hostname -InstallDns:$true

  1. Creating a new domain in an existing forest 

             Install-ADDSDomain 

  1. Add a new domain controller to an existing Active Directory domain

              Install-ADDSDomainController 

10. In order to increase the role of your server to the level of a domain controller, run the command and press Enter:

Install-ADDSForest -DomainName “name.you.domain” -CreateDnsDelegation:$false -DatabasePath “C:\Windows\NTDS” -DomainMode “7” -DomainNetbiosName “hostname” -ForestMode “7” -InstallDns:$true -LogPath “C:\Windows\NTDS” -NoRebootOnCompletion:$True -SysvolPath “C:\Windows\SYSVOL” -Force:$true

Where,

DomainName “name.you.domain” – your domain name

DomainNetbiosName “hostname” – your server name

 After that, you need to come up with a password and confirm it (Password must contain letters in lower and upper case, numbers and symbols)

11. In order to diagnose Active Directory, you need to run the command 

dcdiag /s:hostname  /v , where hostname – server name

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