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Domain Controllers are often used in environments leveraging Active Directory (Windows). They are use to process authentication requests from end users and their devices.
If end users are to remotely connect to services requiring authentication handled by AD, you will need to add your Domain Controllers as Resources in Twingate.
This is often the case when implementing SMB / CIFS and other Windows specific services.
To do so, make sure to follow the complete Active Directory with Twingate guide.