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ms-DS-User-Encrypted-Text-Password-Allowed attribute

Indicates whether Active Directory will store the password in the reversible encryption format. True if the password is stored in the reversible encryption format; otherwise, False.

Note  This attribute is not used by Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services and is only included for completeness/parity with userAccountControl. AD LDS does not store passwords with reversible encryption, regardless of this attribute's value on any given object or the computer security policy pertaining to reversible encryption on the computer itself.

CNms-DS-User-Encrypted-Text-Password-Allowed
Ldap-Display-Namems-DS-UserEncryptedTextPasswordAllowed
Size-
Update Privilege-
Update Frequency-
Attribute-Id1.2.840.113556.1.4.1856
System-Id-Guid5a87c7f2-93c5-454c-a8c5-8cb09613292e
Syntax Boolean

Implementations

ADAM

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 ms-DS-Bindable-Object

Remarks

In ADAM, this attribute replaces the ADS_UF_ENCRYPTED_TEXT_PASSWORD_ALLOWED flag of the userAccountControl attribute.

 

 

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