invalid msDFSR-Subscriber object data error message Event id 6002

Discussion in 'File Systems' started by Seattle Mike, Jun 18, 2007.

  1. Seattle Mike

    Seattle Mike Guest

    I am getting this message and the object in question was deleted over 1 week
    ago. ANy ideas why it still shows up in my Diagnostic reports. Everything, as
    far as I can tell, is working fine with the DFS replication and namespace.

    error message in report:
    The DFS Replication service detected invalid msDFSR-Subscriber object data
    while polling for configuration information. Additional information includes
    Object DN:
    CN=057b2d69-23af-4f70-a21e-617fb958a36d,CN=DFSR-LocalSettings,CN=HSWCCSEADC1,OU=Domain
    Controllers,DC=hswcc,DC=com Attribute Name: msDFSR-MemberReference and domain
    controller: hswccseadc1.hswcc.com. Event ID: 6002
     
    Seattle Mike, Jun 18, 2007
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  2. If you install the 2003 Support Tools and run ADSIEDIT.MSC, then navigate to
    here:

    CN=057b2d69-23af-4f70-a21e-617fb958a36d,CN=DFSR-LocalSettings,CN=HSWCCSEADC1,OU=Domain
    Controllers,DC=hswcc,DC=com

    ....then examine the msDFSR-MemberReference attribute, is it blank? pointed
    to something that no longer exists? full of goo?

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    Ned Pyle [MSFT], Jun 19, 2007
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  3. Seattle Mike

    Seattle Mike Guest

    esorry I wasn't clear in the first post. These event log messages have been
    present since I started goofing around and learning the DFS. used the
    adsiedit tool a week or more ago to delete this offending entry - the value
    for this object was <not set>
     
    Seattle Mike, Jun 19, 2007
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  4. Oh. Hmm. Does it survive restarting the DFSR service?

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