Last post Jan 05, 2007 02:08 PM by jportelas
Jan 05, 2007 10:03 AM|jportelas|LINK
I´m currently researching on the best way to track if a user has changed any of its attributes recently. I´m developing in .net.
I´ve found that the whenChanged attribute stores the date and time of the last change made to the user, but I´ve also read that this attribute is not replicated among domain controllers, so i have some question on that matter:
1. How can i make sure the whenChanged attribute is the same among all DC? can I force a Directory Synchronization? (how can I do it? any articles urls will be appreciated).
2. If I force a DC sync operation, will these replicate the whenChanged attribute?
3. Is there any other method to track the active directory changes? I´ve read this article "http://support.microsoft.com/kb/891995" but have not found further info on this.
Thanks for any help.
Jan 05, 2007 02:08 PM|jportelas|LINK
Mr Kaplan and Mr Richards already helped me on this in here: