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Posted on 2006-06-30
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I have created  a group to print jobs to certain printer. I looked at the previous group and it says group scope global and group type security.

Group scope
Domain local
Global
Universal

Group type
Security
Distribution.  

Can someone explain what is this mean with the scenario.

Why i couldn't add a group to group. For example i created a printer group and trying to put some group into this group . Its not accepting?
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Create a Domain Local Group to assign permissions for the printer.
Create a Global Group to add the users to.
Place the Global Group inside the Domain Local Group.

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you have to be operating in native mode for group nesting aswell
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