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Using LDIFDE to import OU from on Domain to an other

Posted on 2011-05-09
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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
We are attempting to move an AD OU from one Domain to other using LDIFDE.  We created the LDF file in the old domain but when we attempt to import into the new domain we get "

Add error on entry starting on line 168898: No Such Attribute 1951:
Question by:BellevueAdmin
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I would check Line 168898, and check what is different about that line, and strange attribute that is trying to be imported.
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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 2000 total points
ID: 35722976
if needs be remove line Line 168898, that will only be one entry, you can manually add later, if you cannot work out the bad attribute.

Author Comment

ID: 35723241
The error is on the following line for each entry
dn: CN=Debbie Spongberg,OU=Employees,DC=bellevue,DC=edu

The log in new server is reporting the following for that line.
1348: CN=Debbie Spongberg,OU=Employees,DC=butest,DC=test

Author Comment

ID: 35728422
Removing the line didn't help.  

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