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Creating a Domain Controller
Before you can use Active Directory to store information about your network and its users, you must install it on at least one Windows 2000 Server and create the domain(s) that will contain your Active Directory objects. Installing Active Directory on a server transforms that system into a domain controller. The following tutorials examine the process of installing Active Directory and creating domains, trees, and forests, using the Active Directory Installation Wizard.