We have a W2K domain, all servers on sp4 + hotfixes. We want to add a W2003 r2 Domain Controller. We also run Exchange 2000 so we must apply the ldifde inetorgpersonprevent.ldf prior to running the ADPreps. When we run this ldifde script on our Schema Master (2 DC's - this one we are logged has all roles and we are logged in as administrative account) we get this error:
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The server side error is "The role owner attribute could not be read."
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I have a test domain used to restore mailboxes and this upgrade worked fine on that domain. I registered the scheme management .dll on both domains and loaded the Active Directory Schema mmc and made the scheme updatable.
Any ideas on what could cause this error are very much appreciated. We reapplied sp4 on the Scheme master we're working with. We tried several admin accounts.
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