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Verifying how long cached credentials will stick

Posted on 2011-03-07
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We are in the process of changing our infrastructure and we had a site to site VPN connection. Now there is a 1 week waiting period before our new MPLS router can be installed in our remote office.
My question and concern is .. How long with the users DOMAIN accounts will be cached until the computers figure out they can not reach the DOMAIN server.

Thanks for you help!
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Forever !

Thy will be re-cached on a sucessful logn - until then you can use a cached logon indefinately
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