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The role owner attribute could not be read

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LDIFDE error hile attempting to update the Schema for active directory. Error message:

Add error on line 1: Busy
The server side error is "The role owner attribute could not be read."
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An error has occurred in the program

This happens when performing the ldifde update as suggested in Microsoft Knowledgebase article 314649 for preventing mangled Exchange attributes when upgrading to a Windows 2003 domain.  The account that is logged on is part of schema admins and enterprise admins groups.  The domain controller is the schema master too.

I've searched everywhere on the web and can't find anything...HELP!!

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