Domain Network
Enterprise Network

A domain controller is a server that responds to security authentication requests within a network domain. It is a network server that is responsible for allowing host access to domain resources. It authenticates users, stores user account information and enforces security policy for a domain.

  • User accounts are managed centrally on the server (domain controller)
  • Settings of client PCs are controlled by the server
  • Restrict users from installing unwanted software on computers
  • Restrict hardware access such as prohibiting USD flash drive
  • Reduce windows crashes substantially
  • A user can login with his account any computer on the network
  • Use one user account for computer and business applications
  • Enforce security policies on client computers to prevent potential attacks

Minimum Server Requirements

  • Intel Core i5 2 Ghz
  • Windows Server 2016
  • 3 GB RAM for Windows
  • 30 GB free hard disk space for VM

In this demo you will experience how a user has been restricted to use the computer. The settings/policies enforced on domain controller in the screenshots have been imposed on user of Live Demo.

This is not the demo of domain controller (DC) administration. Please contact us for the DC administration demo on site visit.