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Differnce between a domain and site reguarding Group Policy

I am new to goup policy and i know the order of precedence of group policy however im not sure of a good definition of a site. This may sound stupid
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Josef Al-Chacar
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Josef Al-Chacar
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waynej1979Commented:
Within Active Directory a site is a logical seperation of the infrastructure for logons and replication. If you have 3 branch offices for example connected via VPN you would create a site for each one. This will ensure the local computers logon to a local DC within each site and also defines the boundaries for your replicaiton.
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Josef Al-ChacarAuthor Commented:
Thank you very much.
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Amitabh SinghAWS Certified Solution Architect | L3 IT Specialist for CloudCommented:
Hi
Domain : Domain is a container which contain fallowing main object  in it
               DC (domain controllers )
               Site
               OU

Site : Site is a group of Domain controller  (Example like branch office ) which use to separate your AD replication , you able to see site information via Active directory site and service from Administrator tools  

Example :
 SiteThis Example have 2 sites Corp and Home !
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