I frequently get asked which group type can be member of which group. For this reason I decided to explain the nesting of AD groups in this article with the help of some graphical illustrations.
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Documentation is a very important issue – nevertheless it’s not a favorite one. With the Microsoft Active Directory Topology Diagrammer (ADTD), Microsoft offers a very helpful tool: it supports you with the creation of drawings for your documentation. It is a tool that visualizes the AD infrastructure with the help of Visio.
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