Windows Server 2016 Essentials setup

I set up Windows Server 2016 Essentials in a lab environment.
It's not working quite as I might have expected - but then I have some experience with Server administration and none with Server setup until now.
For some screen shots, see:
The question there was: "Is this normal"?

Also, the screen shot at:
doesn't show the same menu as what I see:
There is no "Name Mappings.."

Since then, I've found the instructions for using http://server/connect to Connect the workstations to the Server.
That seems to help but the screen shots haven't changed.
So, perhaps I'm looking in the wrong places.

Any suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
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Fred MarshallPrincipalAsked:
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Cliff GaliherCommented:
Pretty normal.  Just gotta know where to look.

1) In ADUC, hit "view->advanced features" (it doesn't open a box, it just "checkboxes" the feature toggling it on)

Now you have "name mappings...

2) In Find (with advanced features ON), right click on a computer and hit "properties"  Then the "object" tab

The canonical name on that tab shows you where, in the AD tree, that computer object lives.  You can then navigate that tree to see all computers in that container or OU, without having to always use "Find."

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Cliff GaliherCommented:
As an aside, since this seems to be purely a server 2016 question, why is it tagged Windows 10 and Azure?  Properly scoping questions helps get the right experts at the right time.  More is not always better when it creates noise. Some experts tend to ignore those or offer bad advice, and good experts ignore the thread because it becomes TL;DR from all the contributors who don't really know Server 2016.  Just some advice there.
Fred MarshallPrincipalAuthor Commented:
Cliff:  I don't know.  It started with only the first two!  I would have never thought to add Azure or Windows 10 myself!!
Cliff GaliherCommented:
Heh. Fair enough.
Fred MarshallPrincipalAuthor Commented:
Thanks Cliff Galiher!
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