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A Standalone server is a type of server that is not part of a larger network infrastructure such as an Active Directory domain. In a general sense, a standalone server provides services to clients without relying on any external resources, including authentication. However, in the Windows Server System, a server can either be a Domain Controller, a Member server (joined to a domain), or a Standalone server (joined to a workgroup). Therefore, a single server that is hosting an Active Directory domain would be considered a Domain Controller and not a standalone server.

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