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Hello, friends.
Here are two excerpts from the article.

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Sample Scenario

In this scenario you have a problem connecting to a network resource. You receive only a "Network path not found" error message and no further assistance. You have no idea where to start troubleshooting the problem.

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Now that you have configured internal mail and have learned about various Internet connectivity scenarios,

you are ready to connect your Exchange organization to the Internet. This section contains procedural information about how to configure your Microsoft Exchange Server 2003 organization to send and receive Internet mail.

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Also I read books, where authors provided some description to what exists.

There were a title.

For example Scenario 1, Scenario 2, etc followed by some details.

I've used Oxford Dicitonary, and many others, but found no proper definition.

I think, that scenario is description of a situation.



Could you help me please with its sense. )

Thank you.
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banu82inLet's say u r walking through a forest and u have an umbrella in your hand. Suddenly, u come face to face with a lion. What do u do?

Scenario 1 u may run and climb to the top of the nearest tree.

Scenario 2 u may decide to fight the lion and use ur umbrella as a weapon.

Scenario is a possible set of events. For example, "the planners developed several scenarios in case of an attack."

hope that clears ur doubt.

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Hi guys,

Note definition 3.

From http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/SCENARIO

Main Entry: sce·nar·io

Pronunciation: \sə-ˈner-ē-ˌō, US also and especially British -ˈnär-\

Function: noun

Inflected Form(s): plural sce·nar·i·os

Etymology: Italian, from Latin scaenarium place for erecting stages, from scaena stage

Date: 1875

1 a : an outline or synopsis of a play; especially : a plot outline used by actors of the commedia dell'arte b : the libretto of an opera
2 a : screenplay b : shooting script
3 : a sequence of events especially when imagined; especially : an account or synopsis of a possible course of action or events <his scenario for a settlement envisages…reunification — Selig Harrison>

Best wishes, Clive

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Let's say u r walking through a forest and u have an umbrella in your hand. Suddenly, u come face to face with a lion. What do u do?

Scenario 1 u may run and climb to the top of the nearest tree.

Scenario 2 u may decide to fight the lion and use ur umbrella as a weapon.

Scenario is a possible set of events. For example, "the planners developed several scenarios in case of an attack."

hope that clears ur doubt.
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Banu, thank you for your answer.

It is ambiguous a little:
"Scenario is a possible set of events."

But I think, that I've found something common with it.

After these words, I was to look at one of the books.

Here are some of the sections

One can find here events.

Scenario
One of your users is attempting to upgrade to Windows XP Professional on a computer
that has been running Windows 98. Her computer has one hard disk that is configured
with a single partition. She has already backed up her computer and plans to reformat
the partition, and then perform a clean installation of Windows XP Professional. She
has configured her BIOS to start the computer from CD-ROM. When she starts the com-
puter, the text mode stage of Windows XP Professional Setup begins as expected.
However, when the user tries to reformat the partition, her computer presents an error
message stating that a virus is attempting to infect the boot sector of her hard disk. She
is certain that she is using a genuine Windows XP Professional installation CD.

In this section there are facts and no events

You are working as an administrator for the School of Fine Art, which has a large campus
in San Francisco. The school’s network consists of 75 client computers running Win-
dows XP Professional and six servers running Windows Server 2003. All computers are
members of the same Active Directory domain. Two of the servers are configured as
domain controllers. The rest are configured as member servers that serve various roles on
the network. The company is adding 25 computers to its network, and you have been
given the responsibility of installing Windows XP Professional on these computers. All 25
of these computers are the same model computer from the same manufacturer and have
similar hardware. Your company has a volume licensing arrangement and has purchased
an additional 25 licenses of Windows XP Professional for the computers.

So, it looks like "scenario" is the way the things could develop (go).

Is it true?
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 Clive's reply was promoted to an answer.
Thank you, Clive.

This is one of those dictionaries, that I use regularly. ))))))))))))))))