A Windows DHCP superscope is used when you need to create two or more logical IP subnets on a single physical segment. The Address Manager equivalent to a superscope is a shared network. Shared networks are deployed to Windows servers as superscopes.
Importing Superscopes into Address Manager
Address Manager imports scopes that are part of a superscope configuration as individual networks. You must create the tag objects and share the networks after you import data from a Managed Windows server.