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user-proxy

Updated: August 22, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003 R2

Contains the list of source object classes that should be converted during the synchronization.

Usage

<user-proxy/>

Attributes

None.

Child Elements

<source-object-class>

<target-object-class>

Parent Elements

<configuration.

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.

Sequence
    source-object-class (Minimum = 1; Maximum = many)
    target-object-class (Exactly 1)
Sequence

Element Information

 

Can be empty

No

Remarks

This element contains one or more <source-object-class> elements, followed by a single <target-object-class> element. All objects of the class specified by the <source-object-class> elements will be converted into the type specified by the <target-object-class> element.

Object classes that are derived from the classes specified by the <source-object-class> elements are not converted. You must specify a separate <source-object-class> element for each object class to be converted.

The <source-object-class> elements should contain only user principles.

If no conversion is needed, it is recommended that you include a single, empty <source-object-class> element in this element.

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