Answer / pradeep venkata ms
In computing and telecommunication in general, a domain is
a sphere of knowledge identified by a name. Typically, the
knowledge is a collection of facts about some program
entities or a number of network points or addresses.
2) On the Internet, a domain consists of a set of network
addresses. This domain is organized in levels. The top
level identifies geographic or purpose commonality (for
example, the nation that the domain covers or a category
such as "commercial"). The second level identifies a unique
place within the top level domain and is, in fact,
equivalent to a unique address on the Internet (an IP
address). Lower levels of domain may also be used.
Strictly speaking, in the Internet's domain name system
(DNS), a domain is a name with which name server records
are associated that describe subdomains or host. For
example, "whatis.com" could be a domain with records
for "www.whatis.com" and "www1.whatis.com," and so forth.
3) In Windows NT and Windows 2000, a domain is a set of
network resources (applications, printers, and so forth)
for a group of users. The user need only to log in to the
domain to gain access to the resources, which may be
located on a number of different servers in the network
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