A forest can contain one or more domain trees or

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Services (AD DS). A forest can contain one or more domain trees or domains, all of which share a common logical structure.
Question 84.16 / 4.16 ptsTLO1 Which term describes containers in a domain that allow you to organize and group resources for easier administration, including providing for delegating administrative rights?
Question 94.16 / 4.16 ptsTLO1 What is a container object that functions in a subordinate capacity to a domain, and still inherits policies and permissions from its parent objects?
Question 104.16 / 4.16 ptsTLO1 What determines the functional level of an Active Directory forest?
Question 114.16 / 4.16 ptsTLO2 What is the fundamental component of the Active Directory architecture, functioning as the boundary for virtually all directory functions, including administration, access control, database management, and replication?Organizational unit Correct!Domain Group Forest Explanation: The domain is the fundamental component of the Active Directory architecture. You can zoom into a domain and create a hierarchy within it, and you can zoom out and create a hierarchy out of multiple domains. In AD DS, domains function by default as the boundaries for virtually all directory functions, including administration, access control, database management, and replication.
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