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You are running one of the following operating systems on a computer:
This property is limited to 64 values. You must remove some of the existing values before you can add new ones.
This problem occurs because the User-Workstations attribute has a Range-Upper value of 1,024 characters. When you enter the NetBIOS computer names by using Active Directory Users and Computers, the NetBIOS name has a maximum length of 16 characters. Therefore, you can store only 64 logon workstation entries.
This behavior is by design.
Note You can change the rangeUpper value on the User-Workstations attribute in the schema to a value up to 8192 to allow more entries in the list. Microsoft does not recommend higher values as you might hit object size limits.
rangeUpper is the Ldap-Display-Name for the Range-Upper value. Range-Upper is the maximum value or the maximum length of an attribute. The User-Workstations attribute is defined in the userWorkstations property of a user. The User-Workstations attribute is a single-valued property that represents a comma-separated list of NetBIOS computer names.
For more information about the User-Workstations attribute, visit the following Microsoft Web site:
Article ID: 938458 - Last Review: May 29, 2009 - Revision: 2.0
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