In VAS 3.5.x all schema configuration was stored on each host machine as local settings in the agent configuration file (vas.conf). Because of this, you had to modify schema configuration on a client-by-client basis. In Authentication Services 4.x, the majority of these schema settings are stored globally in the Active Directory configuration. This results in the deprecation of a number of client-specific schema customization options, including:
Additionally in Authentication Services 4.x, the agent no longer uses the memberof-attr-name setting. If you set it in the client configuration file, it is ignored.
To verify schema settings
In VAS 3.5.x, you had to use the same schema for all forests in your domain. Authentication Services 4.x allows you to use different schemas for each forest in your domain.
In VAS 3.5.x, the default user login name was the User Principal Name. However, Authentication Services 4.x uses the sAMAccountName as the default user login name.
To change the default user login name to the User Principal Name
Note: See the Authentication Services Installation Guide for more information about how to use the Control Center.
Functionality that you may be familiar with in VAS 3.5 has been changed.