Updated: August 22, 2005
Applies To: Windows Server 2003 R2
Contains the list of source object classes that should be converted during the synchronization.
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
Can be empty
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.