Search-Flags attribute

Contains a set of flags that specify search and indexing information for an attribute. See Remarks.

CN Search-Flags
Ldap-Display-Name searchFlags
Size -
Update Privilege Schema administrator
Update Frequency -
Attribute-Id 1.2.840.113556.1.2.334
System-Id-Guid bf967a2d-0de6-11d0-a285-00aa003049e2
Syntax Enumeration

Implementations

Windows 2000 Server

Link-Id -
MAPI-Id 0x812D
System-Only False
Is-Single-Valued True
Is Indexed False
In Global Catalog False
NT-Security-Descriptor O:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower -
Range-Upper -
Search-Flags 0x00000000
System-Flags 0x00000010
Classes used in Attribute-Schema

Windows Server 2003

Link-Id -
MAPI-Id 0x812D
System-Only False
Is-Single-Valued True
Is Indexed False
In Global Catalog False
NT-Security-Descriptor O:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower -
Range-Upper -
Search-Flags 0x00000000
System-Flags 0x00000010
Classes used in Attribute-Schema

ADAM

Link-Id -
MAPI-Id 0x812D
System-Only False
Is-Single-Valued True
Is Indexed False
In Global Catalog False
NT-Security-Descriptor O:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower -
Range-Upper -
Search-Flags 0x00000000
System-Flags 0x00000010
Classes used in Attribute-Schema

Windows Server 2003 R2

Link-Id -
MAPI-Id 0x812D
System-Only False
Is-Single-Valued True
Is Indexed False
In Global Catalog False
NT-Security-Descriptor O:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower -
Range-Upper -
Search-Flags 0x00000000
System-Flags 0x00000010
Classes used in Attribute-Schema

Windows Server 2008

Link-Id -
MAPI-Id 0x812D
System-Only False
Is-Single-Valued True
Is Indexed False
In Global Catalog False
NT-Security-Descriptor O:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower -
Range-Upper -
Search-Flags 0x00000000
System-Flags 0x00000010
Classes used in Attribute-Schema

Windows Server 2008 R2

Link-Id -
MAPI-Id 0x812D
System-Only False
Is-Single-Valued True
Is Indexed False
In Global Catalog False
NT-Security-Descriptor O:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower -
Range-Upper -
Search-Flags 0x00000000
System-Flags 0x00000010
Classes used in Attribute-Schema

Windows Server 2012

Link-Id -
MAPI-Id 0x812D
System-Only False
Is-Single-Valued True
Is Indexed False
In Global Catalog False
NT-Security-Descriptor O:BAG:BAD:S:
Range-Lower -
Range-Upper -
Search-Flags 0x00000000
System-Flags 0x00000010
Classes used in Attribute-Schema

Remarks

This attribute can be zero or a combination of one or more of the following values.

Value Description
1 (0x00000001) Create an index for the attribute.
2 (0x00000002) Create an index for the attribute in each container.
4 (0x00000004) Add this attribute to the Ambiguous Name Resolution (ANR) set. This is used to assist in finding an object when only partial information is given. For example, if the LDAP filter is (ANR=JEFF), the search will find each object where the first name, last name, email address, or other ANR attribute is equal to JEFF. Bit 0 must be set for this index take affect.
8 (0x00000008) Preserve this attribute in the tombstone object for deleted objects.
16 (0x00000010) Copy the value for this attribute when the object is copied.
32 (0x00000020) Create a tuple index for the attribute. This will improve searches where the wildcard appears at the front of the search string. For example, (sn=*mith).
64(0x00000040) Supported beginning with ADAM. Creates an index to greatly help VLV performance on arbitrary attributes.
128 (0x00000080) Mark attribute as confidential. Ignored for base schema attributes (systemFlags=0x10).
64 (0x00000040) Supported beginning with Windows Server 2008. Create an index to improve VLV search performance on this attribute.