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How can I tell what objects from Active Directory did not replicate

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Windows 2000 server, exchange 2003 and exchange 5.5

I am Installing Exchange 2003 in co-existence with exchange 5.5, however I got an error that active directory connector did not replicate all exchange server objects. Where can I go to see what was not replicated?

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You can check the event logs for warnings and errors. The description of the events will give you more details.

You can check this link for more details on AD Replication Troubleshooting:
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb727057(TechNet.10).aspx
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