If you have more than one computer on your network, and you want to manage it, you will have to enable the Active Directory Users and Computers first. The steps for enabling this vary and they depend on the Windows version you currently have.
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Active Directory Windows 10: How to enable it for version 1803 and lower versions
- Open your browser and go to Microsoft Download Center to get Remote Server Administration tools
- When you are on the page, click on the Download
- Select the latest version and then click Next
- Open Control Panel on your computer, go to Programs, and click on Programs and Features
- Click on Turn Windows Features on or off located on the left side of the window
- Click on the plus next to Remote Server Administration Tools to expand the menu
- Next, click on Role Administration Tools then select AD LDS and AD DS Tools
- Finally, click the OK button.
When you are done, Administrative tools will show up in the start menu.
Active Directory Windows 10: How to enable it for version 1809 and higher versions
- Click on the Start button in the bottom-left corner then click on the gear icon to access the Settings
- Next, click Apps
- Click on Optional features
- Now click on Add a feature
- Scroll down until you find RSAT: Active Directory Domain Services and Lightweight Directory Tools and click on it
- Click Install
Wait for the installation to finish. Once completed, you will see Administrative tools will show up in the start menu.