From the menu, select Connection → Connect.
For Server, enter the name of a domain controller (or leave it blank to do a serverless bind).
For Port, enter 389.
From the menu, select Connection → Bind.
Enter credentials of a user that can modify the object.
Select Browse → Modify.
For Dn, enter the DN of the dynamic object you want to refresh.
For Attribute, enter
For Values, enter the new time to live (TTL) for the object in seconds.
Under Operation, select Replace.
dn: cn=jsmith,cn=users,dc=rallencorp,dc=com changetype: modify replace: entryTTL entryTTL: 1800 -
then run the following command:
> ldifde -v -i -f refresh_dynamic_object.ldf
Dynamic objects expire after their TTL becomes 0. You can determine
when a dynamic object will expire by looking at the current value of
contains the seconds remaining until expiration. If
you’ve created a dynamic object and need to refresh
it so that it will not get deleted, you must reset the
entryTTL attribute to a new value. There is no
limit to the number of times you can refresh a dynamic object. As
long as the
entryTTL value does not reach 0, the
object will remain in Active Directory.