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Which DCs should be added to connections?

For User Sources, when I first configured my Zenworks zerver I originally added the single Domain Controller we had in the same subnet under connections. We have added DCs to our environment, and now have two DCs on this side of our WAN and one on the other side.

I was wondering if I should continue to only have one DC configured in Zen if I should add all of them? I wasn't able to find any documentation that talked about what the value would be of adding the additional DCs. The reason I only added the single DC to begin with is that I didn't want my local Zen server talking to a DC across the WAN.
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