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3.4.4.2.3.1.11 ActiveDirectoryDomain/LastLogonReplicationInterval

The LastLogonReplicationInterval element represents the duration, in days, during which the last logon time for a principal is replicated. See [MS-DRSR].

<xs:element
    name="LastLogonReplicationInterval" nillable="true" type="ser:duration" />

The LastLogonReplicationInterval element is populated from the domainDNS!msDS-LogonTimeSyncInterval attribute on the domain NC root object ([MS-ADTS] section 6.1.1.1.4). If this attribute is present, the element is populated with domainDNS!msDS-LogonTimeSyncInterval days, 0 hours, 0 minutes, and 0 seconds, encoded in ser:duration format (a restricted form of xs:duration (see [XMLSCHEMA2], section 2.2.5.4)<35>; otherwise the server returns a null ActiveDirectoryDomain/LastLogonReplicationInterval element.

 
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