Certain important events trigger replication immediately, overriding existing change notification. Urgent replication is implemented immediately by using RPC/IP to notify replication partners that changes have occurred on a source domain controller. Urgent replication uses regular change notification between destination and source domain controller pairs that otherwise use change notification, but notification is sent immediately in response to urgent events instead of waiting the default period of 15 seconds.
New-ADFineGrainedPasswordPolicy -Name "DomainUsersPSO" -Precedence 500 -ComplexityEnabled $true –Description "Test Domain Users Password Policy" -DisplayName "Domain Users PSO" –LockoutDuration "0.12:00:00" -LockoutObservationWindow "0.00:15:00" -LockoutThreshold 10
“5 Replication Events” [REG_DWORD] = 5
You don’t get that event because the normal change notification process was bypassed and you’re in the “urgent replication” code path. This is the key indicator that you are using urgent replication, as there is no instrumentation for it. If you choose any of the various “urgent replication” data types and try this, they will all behave the same way.
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