The second document (more than 100 pages) in the Windows Server 2003 series explains the setup of an Active Directory Domain Controller in a standalone domain.
It includes the promotion of a standard Windows Server 2003 to a Domain Controllers, shows step by step the setup of the DNS (reverse) server and the DHCP service installation and configuration. A description in how to manage and design the organisation units are part of it as well as creating users and moving objects such as PCs into different OUs. It describes how to add a second DC and how to move the operations master. The synchronisation of the time on the root domain controller and the schedule this operation is part of the documentation as well.
This is part II of the series of step by step guides to Windows Server 2003.