A four wheel alignment aligns both axles, if they were adjustable... which yours are not adjustable. The only thing that changes with a suspension lift is the toe-in. A suspension lift slightly reduces how much toe-in there is so you need to adjust it. The caster also slightly decreases naturally from a suspension lift installation but the caster angle is not adjustable unless aftermarket adjustable length control arms. But no worries, the caster angle decreasing slightly is actually good in that bigger tires require slightly less caster angle. The camber angle is not adjustable either.
Set your toe-in per the instructions at Basic Jeep Front End Alignment
so the front of the tires are 1/16" to 1/8" closer together than they are in the rear. That's it. I'd aim more for 1/16" than 1/8" but 1/8" is fine too. And all you're doing to adjust the toe-in is rotating the tie rod after loosening its two clamps. That's easy-peasy.
Oh, you'll likely need to recenter your steering wheel after setting your toe-in but that is equally easy. Instructions for that are also on that same website. There is an adjustment for centering the steering wheel on the drag link which is right above your tie-rod.