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Can I create an OU at the root of the domain ( XYZ.local) and in that OU create or nest all of my Groups

This is what I mean.

I have a folder named art
I'm creating 2 groups named as follows

Group 1 (resourceart)
Group 2 (userart)

I go ahead and add the users to the Group named "userart" then nest userart into resoureart and finally on the folder NTFS permission add the group resoureart.

All of the above works correct, but I'm just wondering if I can create an OU named Groups and start to create all of my domain groups in it.

I think I should be able to, but just wanted to get confirmation before I do.

Thank for all of your help everyone.
Microsoft Legacy OSWindows Server 2012Windows Server 2008

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8/22/2022 - Mon
Steven Carnahan

Yes you can create an OU called Groups. Actually I can't imagine a reason not to.
noad

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ok....

one last question...

can I for lack of a better word create a root OU called Group and nest other OU each with it own Groups  

something link this...


Root OU with Nested OU with Groups

I just want to keep everything originated and easy to find

Sorry for the redundant questions...
Thanks for your help.
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Steven Carnahan

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Simple explanation