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windows 2008 global, domain local and universal groups

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hi,

i just wanted to clear the doubt which is related to global, domain local and universal groups.
it is confusing sometimes when i read the documents. i just wanted to understand by an example

what would be the easiest way to remember this

an example with domain names and group names will definitely help
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will update the above soon
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thanks for the reply and the diagram ia self explanatory
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