Amazon Web Services, CIDR, and AD Sites and Services - Subnets

Greetings,
My objective is to properly configure the subnets in AD Sites and Services to account for the use of CIDR in AWS. For my VPC settings, I have a VPC of 10.13.32.0/19 and a few CIDR entries - 10.13.32.0/24, 10.13.33.0/24, and 10.13.34 .0/24. I believe that the correct way to configure ADSS is to include the 3 CIDR subnets. Can somebody please confirm or correct this?

Thank you,
Rick
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
10.13.32.0/24, 10.13.33.0/24, and 10.13.34 .0/24.

You would add these 3 subnets to AD Sites and Service and assign them to a speciifc Site. Based on the site you have associated them with will determine what DC's they will use to authenticate/.

Will.
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VireneAuthor Commented:
Thanks Will!
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