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When using a common security database, would I use an NDS tree or a ring to organize Novell Netware servers?
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These are two different concepts in NDS.  

First, the NDS Tree is the contents of the database which contains all of your organizations, organizational units, servers, users, applications, and more.  Picture it like a regular directory on a hard disk -- it stores the contents of the environment, and you can organize it in a way that makes it easy to use.  

The replication ring is a concept whereby the NDS tree information (or a portion thereof) is replicated to other servers to provide redundancy.  

Based on these definitions, you use the tree to organize the servers, and the replication ring to provide redundancy for the tree data.

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