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Group Scope - Domain Local, Global and Universal Group Scopes

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The scope of a group determines where in the Active Directory network we can use the group to assign permissions to the group. There are three group scopes and they are domain local, global, and universal. The differences between these are listed below.

Group Scope

Group can include as members

Group can be assigned permissions in

 

Domain Local

User Accounts from any domain

Global groups from any domain

Universal groups from any domain

Domain local groups but only from the same domain as the parent domain local group

Member permissions can be assigned only within the same domain as the parent domain local group

 

Global

 

 

User Accounts from the same domain as the parent global group

Global groups from the same domain as the parent global group

Member permissions can be assigned in any domain

 

Universal

 

User Accounts from any domain within the forest in which this Universal Group resides

Global groups from any domain within the forest in which this Universal Group resides

Universal groups from any domain within the forest in which this Universal Group resides

Any domain in the forest

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