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[MS-DLTCS]: Distributed Link Tracking Central Store Protocol

Specifies the Distributed Link Tracking Central Store Protocol, which defines how the Active Directory objects are defined, updated, and interpreted. [MS-DLTCS] works with the Distributed Link Tracking (DLT) Workstation Protocol and the DLT Central Manager Protocol ([MS-DLTM]), the two other protocols that make up Distributed Link Tracking.

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Published Version

Date

Protocol Revision

Revision Class

Downloads

7/14/2016

4.3

None

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Previous Versions

Date

Protocol Revision

Revision Class

Downloads

6/30/2015

4.3

None

PDF | DOCX

5/15/2014

4.3

None

PDF | DOCX

2/13/2014

4.3

None

PDF | DOCX

11/14/2013

4.3

None

PDF | DOCX

8/8/2013

4.3

None

PDF | DOCX

1/31/2013

4.3

None

10/25/2012

4.3

None

7/12/2012

4.3

None

3/30/2012

4.3

None

12/16/2011

4.3

None

9/23/2011

4.3

None

6/17/2011

4.3

Minor

5/6/2011

4.2.3

None

3/25/2011

4.2.3

None

2/11/2011

4.2.3

None

1/7/2011

4.2.3

None

11/19/2010

4.2.3

None

10/8/2010

4.2.3

None

8/27/2010

4.2.3

None

7/16/2010

4.2.3

None

6/4/2010

4.2.3

Editorial

4/23/2010

4.2.2

Editorial

3/12/2010

4.2.1

Editorial

1/29/2010

4.2

Minor

12/18/2009

4.1.2

Editorial

11/6/2009

4.1.1

Editorial

9/25/2009

4.1

Minor

8/14/2009

4.0.6

Editorial

7/2/2009

4.0.5

Editorial

5/22/2009

4.0.4

Editorial

4/10/2009

4.0.3

Editorial

2/27/2009

4.0.2

Editorial

1/16/2009

4.0.1

Editorial

12/5/2008

4.0

Major

10/24/2008

3.0.1

Editorial

8/29/2008

3.0

Major

7/25/2008

2.0.4

Editorial

6/20/2008

2.0.3

Editorial

3/14/2008

2.0.2

Editorial

1/25/2008

2.0.1

Editorial

10/23/2007

2.0

Major

9/28/2007

1.3.3

Editorial

8/10/2007

1.3.2

Editorial

7/3/2007

1.3.1

Editorial

6/1/2007

1.3

Minor

5/11/2007

1.2

Minor

4/3/2007

1.1

Minor

3/2/2007

1.0

Major

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