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What does "modifed date" exactely means in object tab of AD for a server?

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What does "modifed date" means in object tab of AD for a server?
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This means when last time your Server changed his own password in AD(it’s by design-periodic changes of password for “computers” objects in AD)
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There is a pw for computers objects?
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Yes it is. Each computer accounts in AD (with the
exception of DC's) must reset their password  in order to maintain a valid domain membership. For Microsoft Windows 2000 and later versions, the default computer account password change is 30 days.
This is by design...
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Thank you for the info.
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