3 Change Tracking

This section identifies changes that were made to this document since the last release. Changes are classified as New, Major, Minor, Editorial, or No change.

The revision class New means that a new document is being released.

The revision class Major means that the technical content in the document was significantly revised. Major changes affect protocol interoperability or implementation. Examples of major changes are:

  • A document revision that incorporates changes to interoperability requirements or functionality.

  • The removal of a document from the documentation set.

The revision class Minor means that the meaning of the technical content was clarified. Minor changes do not affect protocol interoperability or implementation. Examples of minor changes are updates to clarify ambiguity at the sentence, paragraph, or table level.

The revision class Editorial means that the formatting in the technical content was changed. Editorial changes apply to grammatical, formatting, and style issues.

The revision class No change means that no new technical changes were introduced. Minor editorial and formatting changes may have been made, but the technical content of the document is identical to the last released version.

Major and minor changes can be described further using the following change types:

  • New content added.

  • Content updated.

  • Content removed.

  • New product behavior note added.

  • Product behavior note updated.

  • Product behavior note removed.

  • New protocol syntax added.

  • Protocol syntax updated.

  • Protocol syntax removed.

  • New content added due to protocol revision.

  • Content updated due to protocol revision.

  • Content removed due to protocol revision.

  • New protocol syntax added due to protocol revision.

  • Protocol syntax updated due to protocol revision.

  • Protocol syntax removed due to protocol revision.

  • Obsolete document removed.

Editorial changes are always classified with the change type Editorially updated.

Some important terms used in the change type descriptions are defined as follows:

  • Protocol syntax refers to data elements (such as packets, structures, enumerations, and methods) as well as interfaces.

  • Protocol revision refers to changes made to a protocol that affect the bits that are sent over the wire.

The changes made to this document are listed in the following table. For more information, please contact dochelp@microsoft.com.

Section

Tracking number (if applicable) and description

Major change (Y or N)

Change type

2.158 Attribute msDFSR-Extension

72683 : Revised description.

Y

Content update.

2.183 Attribute msDFSR-TombstoneExpiryInMin

72683 : Revised description.

Y

Content update.

2.309 Attribute msDS-ExpirePasswordsOnSmartCardOnlyAccounts

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.347 msDS-KeyCredentialLink-BL

5370 : Updated with the omObjectClass attribute.

Y

Content update.

2.394 Attribute msDS-ObjectSoa

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.449 Attribute msDS-ServiceAllowedNTLMNetworkAuthentication

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.459 Attribute msDS-SourceAnchor

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.462 Attribute msDS-StrongNTLMPolicy

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.471 Attribute msds-tokenGroupNames

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.472 Attribute msds-tokenGroupNamesGlobalAndUniversal

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.473 Attribute msds-tokenGroupNamesNoGCAcceptable

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

2.481 Attribute msDS-UserAllowedNTLMNetworkAuthentication

Added section with content for this version of Windows Server.

Y

New content added.

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