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Active Directory 2003 Schema Update

Posted on 2008-10-25
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We are facing a problem while upgrading the windows 2000 server to windows 2003 server R2  due Service for Unix is installed on the DC. However we have upgraded to 2003 standard edition but we have following problems:

New DFS root doesnt replicate
Schema version is 30

We would like to upgrade this to R2 version  and while doing the adprep  /forestprep we get the following error.

125: CN=Device,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=xxxxxxxxxs,DC=com
Entry DN: CN=Device,CN=Schema,CN=Configuration,DC=xxxxxxxxxs,DC=com
Add error on line 2086: Unwilling To Perform

The server side error is "Schema update failed: attribute in may-contain does not exist."

124 entries modified successfully.

An error has occurred in the program

If anyone form the group could help us to sort this problem would be a real help.
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We have applied this patch earlier and had not luck, thanks for your post anyway.
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didnt help us solve the issue, we started rebuilding our AD, since time was a critical factor
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