Trying to migrate 5.5 to Exchange 2003

I am trying to migrate from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2003.  I am at the ADC Tools section.  I have already successfully run ADC Tools Step 1:  Tool Settings;  Step 2. Data  Collection; and Step 3: Run Resource Mailbox Wizard and Verify Results of the Mailbox Wizard.

When I try to run Step 4: Connection Agreement Wizard, I get the following error message:
Error:  Could not read the attribute msExchHomeSyncService off the object CN=Users: hansen.loc - HANSEN\Hansen Information Technologies,CN=Active Directory Connections,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=hansen,DC=.loc.

Please help!
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Reid PalmeiraTelecom EngineerCommented:
try this, see if it works.
open ADSI edit,navigate to Configuration\Services\Microsoft Exchange\Active Directory Connections. Click on Active Directory Connections, you should see all of your Connection Agreements on the right. Open the properties of each and
check the msExchHomeSyncService attribute and make sure it references the server running the Active Directory Connector.

does that make a difference at all?
cliffordgormleyAuthor Commented:
I saw the same message doing a Google Search, but I am not comfortable with what the VALUE is supposed to look like exactly.  Can I just put the server name ithere, or does it have to be of a syntax that contains 'cn'  'dc', etc.
Reid PalmeiraTelecom EngineerCommented:
in the attribute you'd normally just put in the server name.

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cliffordgormleyAuthor Commented:
ok, let me try that and i will get back to u.  EE? eh?  good job!
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