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70-290 Group Question

70-290 Group Question

70-290 Group Question

I have found conflicting information regarding Domain Local Groups when in 2000 Mixed Domain Functional Level.  Some say you can add users and groups from other domains in the forest and some say you can not.  For the exam can you add users and groups from other domains to a Domain Local Group in the 2000 Mixed Functional Level?

RE: 70-290 Group Question

There is some conflicting info on the MS sites for this but for the purposes of the exam take what is in the 70-290 study, which in this case states that a domain local group that is a security group can have global groups from any domain, user accounts from any domain and computer accounts from any domain.




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RE: 70-290 Group Question

Thanks for your reply.
I am using the Microsoft 70-290 Self-Paced Training Kit and that is the main reason I am confussed. In the groups chapter it says Domain Local Groups can have ,as its members, users and groups from other domains in the forest when in 2000 mixed mode but in part 2 ,Prepare for the Exam, of the book where the questions are it says they can not.  

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