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    Star award (70-640)Active Directory Scope

    Hi guys, pardon me if I'm wrong on my understanding on what scope is on Active Directory..

    Scope on AD means that it's a list or group of policy settings applied to Site, OU, domain or local.

    Am I correct on this understanding? Thank you.
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    If I can understand your question correctly, scope in AD is all those objects to which settings can be applied. So that can be the site or the domain or the OU's/sub-OU's.

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    Thanks Essendon
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