If there is a need for a group or various groups to administer
themselves, separate Domains may be called for. For example, if you
don't want a Domain Admin to be able to administer another group. If
that's not a concern, a single Domain should be sufficient and you can
just create OU's for various regions/departments/etc, and delegate
Another reason to create multiple Domains might be for replication
You may want to go to MS's online Technet site
(www.microsoft.com/technet) and read through the chapters on 2000
> Hello guys, I am wondering, could someone give me some
> technical insite as to when you would seperate your
> network into different domains....
> What are for example the factors which push an admin
> towards a multiple domain environment?
> My understanding is to logically group network resources?
> But that I dare say is a very low level
> understanding...Can someone please elaborate for me.
> Thanks a bunch guy