I'm trying to set up Remote Desktop Host Server in Windows Server 2012.
When I am configuring the domain controller I get the following warning:
I'm reading through microsoft documentation of this error and it says that when installing domain controllers in forest root domains with two or three-part names (such as contoso.com or corp.contoso.com), they are immediately subordinate to top-level domains on the internet such as .COM, GOV, .BIZ, .EDU
Does this mean I need to purchase the root domain I want to use with an Internet registrar?
With my ultimate goal in mind of setting up a Remote Desktop Host Server, what steps do I need to take so that users trying to remote connect to the server are able to resolve their DNS name queries to my computer name in the local domain?
I'm very new to this so please don't assume I know anything about DNS Servers.
Somebody please attempt to clear up some of my confusion. Thank you