How to find the Active Directory object when given the GUID

Posted on 2009-12-23
Last Modified: 2012-05-08
I am receiving event ID 8270 errors (LDAP returned the error [34] Unavailable when importing the transaction dn:<GUID=xxxxxxx>
member add<GUID=xxxxxx>

If I knew the DN of the actual object, I could remediate the error
Question by:MilesDuncan
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    If you know the GUID you should be able to find the object
    Good blog post about that here
    If you have an object and want to quickly find the DN adfind (also mentioned in that blog post) does that too.  For example for a user
    adfind -sc u:username dn
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    by:Mike Kline
    That link Awinish provided was a previous answer I'd given.  :)

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