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NT-Mixed-Domain attribute

Indicates that the domain is in native mode or mixed mode. This attribute is found in the domainDNS (head) object for the domain.

CNNT-Mixed-Domain
Ldap-Display-NamenTMixedDomain
Size4 bytes. Mixed mode 1, native mode 0.
Update Privilege-
Update Frequency-
Attribute-Id1.2.840.113556.1.4.357
System-Id-Guid3e97891f-8c01-11d0-afda-00c04fd930c9
Syntax Enumeration

Implementations

Windows 2000 Server

Link-Id-
MAPI-Id-
System-OnlyFalse
Is-Single-ValuedTrue
Is IndexedFalse
In Global CatalogFalse
NT-Security-DescriptorO:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower-
Range-Upper-
Search-Flags0x00000000
System-Flags0x00000010
Classes used in Sam-Domain

Windows Server 2003

Link-Id-
MAPI-Id-
System-OnlyFalse
Is-Single-ValuedTrue
Is IndexedFalse
In Global CatalogFalse
NT-Security-DescriptorO:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower-
Range-Upper-
Search-Flags0x00000000
System-Flags0x00000010
Classes used in Cross-RefSam-Domain

Windows Server 2003 R2

Link-Id-
MAPI-Id-
System-OnlyFalse
Is-Single-ValuedTrue
Is IndexedFalse
In Global CatalogFalse
NT-Security-DescriptorO:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower-
Range-Upper-
Search-Flags0x00000000
System-Flags0x00000010
Classes used in Cross-RefSam-Domain

Windows Server 2008

Link-Id-
MAPI-Id-
System-OnlyFalse
Is-Single-ValuedTrue
Is IndexedFalse
In Global CatalogFalse
NT-Security-DescriptorO:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower-
Range-Upper-
Search-Flags0x00000000
System-Flags0x00000010
Classes used in Cross-RefSam-Domain

Windows Server 2008 R2

Link-Id-
MAPI-Id-
System-OnlyFalse
Is-Single-ValuedTrue
Is IndexedFalse
In Global CatalogFalse
NT-Security-DescriptorO:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower-
Range-Upper-
Search-Flags0x00000000
System-Flags0x00000010
Classes used in Cross-RefSam-Domain

Windows Server 2012

Link-Id-
MAPI-Id-
System-OnlyFalse
Is-Single-ValuedTrue
Is IndexedFalse
In Global CatalogFalse
NT-Security-DescriptorO:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower-
Range-Upper-
Search-Flags0x00000000
System-Flags0x00000010
Classes used in Cross-RefSam-Domain

 

 

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