AD pre/post 2003 / Samba 4 & Auxilliary objectclasses?

Matthias Dieter Wallnöfer mdw at
Tue Nov 30 09:13:35 MST 2010

Generally we implement always the latest (newest) behaviour.


Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
> > From TechNet:
> <quote>
> The behavior of auxiliary classes has changed in Windows Server 2003
> and later. In Windows 2000 Server, changes that are made to an
> auxiliary class affect its parent class as well as all instances of
> the parent object. For example, adding an auxiliary class called pager
> to the structural class user affects all instances of user, which is
> all of the user accounts that are created with the user class.
> In Windows Server 2003 and later, auxiliary classes can be assigned
> dynamically to individual instances of classes, rather than being
> applied automatically to all instances. For example, you can assign
> the pager auxiliary class to only those users who need it.
> </quote>
> Which behavior does Samba4 implement?

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