Binding scope and persistence
Binding to a single domain allows ADEdit commands to work on Active Directory in that domain. You can bind to multiple domains to allow ADEdit commands to work on more than one domain. To bind to multiple domains, you simply use multiple
bind commands, one for each domain.
Once bound to a domain, ADEdit remains bound to that domain until another binding occurs to the same domain (possibly using a different authentication or specifying a different domain controller) or until the current interactive session or executing script ends. Binding might also end if the current context is popped and ADEdit reverts to an earlier context without the binding.