Wed Oct 20 02:45:58 MDT 2010
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.
Which behavior does Samba4 implement?
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