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aging

Updated: August 22, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003 R2

Contains elements that describe how often an aging search is performed and how many objects to search for in the aging run.

Usage

<aging/>

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

<frequency>

<num-objects>

Parent Elements

<schedule>

Child Element Sequence

The tree shows the ordering and number of child elements. Child elements in a Sequence must appear in the order given and child elements in a Choice are mutually exclusive. Sequences and Choices can be nested. Element names are followed by the minimum and maximum occurrences.

frequency (Minimum = 0; Maximum = 1)
num-objects

Element Information

 

Can be empty

No

Remarks

An aging search is performed to determine if the objects in ADAM have been deleted from Active Directory. This is accomplished by searching for the ADAM objects in Active Directory because this is the only consistent way to determine if an object has been deleted in Active Directory.

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