A Reflection X domain consists of one or more computers on which X session components run and are load-balanced. The domain also defines a group of users who can run and share sessions on those computers. All public and private definitions used by X Manager for Domains are stored in the Reflection X database on the domain controller and can be accessed from any computer in the domain.
Reflection X domains can be set up in many different ways, with several optional components. To review some sample domain configurations, see Sample Domain Configurations.