The official documentation is here:
There is 3 main components, the manager, que monitor and server:
Manager - this needs to be running constantly during the renders (it can also be running on your machine just dont close it until the renders are complete as its a live link to each render slave essentially)
Que Monitor - this gives you some options to pause, restart, monitor status and switch which render slave receives the job and alter some basic render settings from outside of 3dsmax (altering settings will restart that render).
Server - You turn the server on for that render slave which you want to receive the job, you can also enable it on your own machine if you like as well.
Essentially all you need is the IP address for the computer running the Manager. The Que Monitor and Server just require this IP address and once they are connected correctly you will see it connect correctly in the Que Manager and Server window. If you encounter bugs/issues within the Server itself (usually promps you with some error code), unfortunately there is very little documentation on what these errors are and you will have to google fixes - however generally they are just firewall issues or administration issues. Other issues could be mismatched 3dsmax versions so ensure you have the same hotfixes/updates/versions for each computer you own.
If you need any further help just post here and we should be able to give you some advise on how to proceed.