"Please explain to me" is generally taken as a request for learning material, which (as the close reason you received explains) is off-topic on Server Fault. In addition to the spam-magnet forms ("please point me to a tutorial"), your "please explain to me here and now" form isn't well received, as they're either homework, taken from a non-professional environment, or hypothetical, and hence dissipate into a fractal of "but what about..." tangent discussions, as the question wasn't fully specified initially, because it's not grounded in the real world (and therefore the questioner is free to make up whatever new conditions and edge cases as they think of them).
Your question also falls afoul of the "must be managing IT systems in a business environment", "requests for diagnostic help must include sufficient information to reproduce the problem", and "too broad" close reasons, so there's not a huge chance of salvaging it, in my opinion.
Finally, "please redirect me if this is off-topic here" tends to get on people's nerves a bit, which I'm guessing didn't help anyone give you the benefit of the doubt. As a professional, you're supposed to be capable of figuring out topicality on your own, and asking everyone else to act as your Tour Guide to the Internet, rather than doing a bit of research yourself is... well, "rude" is the best word that comes to mind.