So this might not be the best forum to post this but since I'm here... Short and sweet, I work IT for a healthcare practice with a handful of locations. These are all connected via a centralized network on one domain and one forest. I've tasked myself with testing System Center Configuration Manager for potential deployment to assit with IT management. Primarily I want to evaluate how it handles Windows updates on 10 machines as we transition off 7. Given my pretty recent intro into the professional IT world (8 months) I'm also learning by fire a lot of networking and adminny stuff. This is roughly what I'm following. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sccm/core/get-started/set-up-your-lab Ideally I want to have 2 servers, a domain controller running, Active Directory, DNS and DHCP, and a second for SCCM, SQL (for SCCM) and WSUS. Then probably 3-5 machines to test with. My issue lies in that being at work I'm already part of our domain we have here. I'm trying to find a way to create a virtualized network that is able to handle its own domain separate from our main one while still maintaining internet connectivity (for downloading updates). I can create an internal VLAN and run all the machines thru Hyper V but I lack internet connectivity since it's restricted to the VMs. I tried installing Server 16 on a separate machine (rather than virtually) and then was going to virtualize the rest but I also need to run DNS and DHCP on the DC without it conflicting. Any guidance here? @beers @voyagerfan99 ? Of course I could simply do this at home but I wouldn't get paid for that now would I?