MaxTempTableSize MaxTempTableSize Microsoft Active Directory is a value within the LDAP policy in Active Directory that controls how large this temporary database table can be.

While a query is processed, the dblayer may try to create a temporary database table to sort and select intermediate results from. If the temporary database table would contain more objects than the value for MaxTempTableSize, the dblayer performs a much less efficient parsing of the complete DS database and of all the objects in the DS database.

Default value: 10,000 records

MaxTempTableSize in Windows Server 2008 and Windows Server 2008 R2 has a Hardcoded limit which override LDAP policy in Active Directory setting when the policy value should be higher.

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