ADclean suddenly stops working!

Discussion in 'Server Migration' started by Kimberly_Searfoss \(REMOVE\) , Jul 13, 2004.

  1. My team is heading a NT/5.5 to AD2K3/Ex2K3 migration and
    have ADC/ADMT in place for account migration/co-
    existence. Everything's been running great until this
    morning when I tried to use ADClean (Active Directory
    Cleanup Wizard) to merge 5.5 replication objects with
    accounts that had been migrated using ADMT. I received an
    error: unable to modify account... Constraint Violation.
    ADClean has been working for the last couple of months
    without issues, but today won't work at all... hmmmm.
    I've re-booted all DC's and Exchange servers (both 5.5 and
    2k3), forced replication in ADC, checked permissions,
    etc. Nothing looks out of place, and nothing has changed
    since the last batch of successful account
    migrations/merges. Any ideas? Thanks in advance for any
    tips/help. We have about 1000 accounts left to migrate!
     
    Kimberly_Searfoss \(REMOVE\) , Jul 13, 2004
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  2. Hello,

    Thank you for your post. However, this is a newsgroup mainly discussing
    operating system migration issue. For the Exchange migration issues, I
    would like to suggest that you submit a new post in our Exchange news
    groups:

    microsoft.public.exchange
    microsoft.public.exchange2000.general

    The above newsgroups are dedicated for discussing Exchange issues and I
    believe that you will get more specific and detailed suggestions there.

    Thanks for using our newsgroups!

    Regards,
    Bob Qin
    Product Support Services
    Microsoft Corporation

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    Bob Qin [MSFT], Jul 14, 2004
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