Hey @Matthew-Dudek great question! You can accomplish this through a local lab setup, or in the Practice Labs infrastructure as well. It is easier in the PLABS environment for a couple of reasons:
1 - The virtual machines and the infrastructure are setup for you.
2 - The environment can be completely reset, should you make a configuration error, with the click of a button
With PLABS, you can use any of the titles that contains a DC and or a DM (which is most course titles). You can promote the ACI-DM01 or PLAB-DM01 to a DC and integrate DNS with the ADDS. When you are done you can click the Reset button or log out. When you are ready to try again, log in and repeat. This is what I recommend, as a member who has access to our Practice Labs environment.
I also recommend setting up your own local lab environment. You are going to need a few components:
Windows Server 2022 Standard Edition Trial: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/download-windows-server-2022
(Optional) Windows 11 Enterprise Edition Trial: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/evalcenter/evaluate-windows-11-enterprise
A virtualization platform such as Hyper-V: https://learn.microsoft.com/en-us/virtualization/hyper-v-on-windows/about/ or
to run the virtual machines.
A 64-bit Windows 11 Client OS (on the host machine, that will provide the lab environment)
A Intel or AMD processor with hypervisor capabilities enabled in (BIOS/UEFI)
These are the components needed to run the virtual machines environment on your own PC!