Pwdlastset attribute not updating

Perhaps I should have split these into separate posts but I didn’t feel like it.

Each of the above update requests generates a separate write transaction (because remember, all updates to a single object happen in a single transaction). If multiple attributes of an object are updated, and even one of those updates fail when writing to the database, .

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There are many interesting rules and behaviors concerning how attribute values in Active Directory are used to determine how user objects behave in Windows.

In order to get the results we want, it is important to learn these rules and behaviors.

It is typically the class that we care the most about.

The first thing we are likely to want to do with user accounts in Active Directory is find them.

In this section, we take many of the abstract concepts we learned in the first part of the book and begin to apply them to real-world problems.

Active Directory user management is fairly straightforward once we know all of the basic rules.This means between yesterday and today WIN-DC02 has written 128 transactions (77230-77102) to its database. Time/Date Ver Attribute ======= =============== ========= ============= === ========= 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 object Class 8398 KOTTAYAM\WIN-DC02 8398 2014-03-19 1 cn 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 sn 19340 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 46335 2014-03-25 2 description 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 given Name 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 instance Type 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 when Created 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 display Name 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 n TSecurity Descriptor 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 name 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42497 2014-03-18 4 user Account Control 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42493 2014-03-18 1 code Page 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42493 2014-03-18 1 country Code 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42494 2014-03-18 2 d BCSPwd 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42493 2014-03-18 1 logon Hours 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42494 2014-03-18 2 unicode Pwd 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42494 2014-03-18 2 nt Pwd History 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42494 2014-03-18 2 pwd Last Set 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42493 2014-03-18 1 primary Group ID 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42495 2014-03-18 1 supplemental Credentials 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 object Sid 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42493 2014-03-18 1 account Expires 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42494 2014-03-18 2 lm Pwd History 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 s AMAccount Name 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 s AMAccount Type 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 user Principal Name 8398 COCHIN\WIN-DC01 42492 2014-03-18 1 object Category 0 entries. Finally, each object has a and searched every replica but couldn’t find any other changes. This table is sent by the destination DC to the originating DC when it requests for changes – i.e. When the originating DC gets the UTDV table for its destination DC, it can look at the table and note the destination DC’s highest received USNs for that partition from other DCs.Every attribute of an object has a USN associated with it. Maybe the destination DC has asked for changes from USN number UTDV table to the destination DC.The maximum number of values in a single packet is about 100, so I guess these two numbers are useful if you can only accept less than 100 values per packet – possibly due to network constraints.Unfortunately I have to take a break with this post here. It began as notes to the Tech Net/ MSDN posts but it quickly grew into more.

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