What Does Active Directory’s Server Do? Active Directory® (AD) is a directory service introduced by Microsoft® that runs on a Windows® server to manage user access to networked resources. The server role in Active Directory is run by Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS), and the server running AD DS is called a domain controller. […]
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