Object Identifier is a globally unique identifier for an object’s class in Active Directory.
OBM stands for Out-of-Band Management, is a method of remotely managing the wide area network (WAN) telecommunications components of your network by using a secondary serial communication link.
Organizational Unit is a type of container object in Active Directory of Microsoft Windows 2000 that can contain other Active Directory objects.
OSPF stands for Open Shortest Path First, is a link state routing protocol that is used to exchange routing information between dynamic routers.
OSI is an architectural model for open networking systems that was developed by the International Organization for Standardization (ISO) in Europe in 1974.
Object is the basic element of Active Directory in Microsoft Windows Server family that represents something on the network, such as a user, a group, a computer, an application, a printer, or a...