The concepts for working with the organization tree and the domain tree are the same. The main difference between the two is that the organization tree consists of users and the domain tree consists of hosts. Having users and hosts in two separate trees enables the Configuration Manager to provide user-based and host-based configuration.
On the client side, the user-based configuration settings are fetched from the organization tree based on the user name. The host-based configuration settings are fetched from the domain tree based on the IP or the host name of the host the user is working on. The user settings are merged after the host settings, which means that the user settings take precedence over the host settings. For example, by offering these two types of configuration, roaming users can have one user-based configuration but nevertheless can make use of the optimal proxy configuration, depending on the host they are on.