Re: Adding Groups as members of Groups ???

From: Chriss3 [MVP] (noSpamHere_at_chrisse.se)
Date: 10/27/04


Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2004 20:01:00 +0200

You can use universal groups in mixed mode as well but to a limited scope of
distubrution groups, not security groups.

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> "Optikal" <Optikal@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> news:Optikal@discussions.microsoft.com:
>> ok, that does indeed work.  However, I wish to create a hierarchy of
>> groups.
>> I can add global groups into local groups, but what if I want to create
>> another layer of groups which will be members of the global groups, and 
>> on
>>
>> and on for potentially many layers?  Does AD support this type of
>> hierarchy
>> using groups?
>>
>
> Hello Optikal,
>
> You can nest global groups into other global groups if you are at least
> Windows 2000 native mode in your active directory.
>
> And you are able to use universal groups as well when you are in native
> mode.
>
>
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