A list of scope names to be reported to SLP applications on a workstation. Multiple scope names are allowed. The list order reflects the preference order. Scopes can also be configured via DHCP or discovered dynamically from Directory Agents. A scope is like a collection of services within a logical group. You might want to use a scope to create a group of directory agents and services registered with these directory agents in a large organization.
The first scope defined will be represented by Value "0", with data being the name of the scope. The second scope defined will be represented by Value "1", etc.
|Registry Path||SOFTWARE\Novell\Client\Policies\Network\IP\Address Resolution Providers\OpenSLP\Parameters\Scope|
To add a scope, click on 'Show' and then on 'Add'.
Enter the scope number (0, 1, 2, etc, starting with 0)
on the left in the 'Value Name' column, and the
scope name on the right, in the 'Value' column.
So, if you have just one scope (MyScope), it would look like
Value Name Value