We are upgrading our wndows 2003 environment to Windows 2008 R2.
The prerequisites were completed successfully (adprep /forestprep, /domainprep, gpprep, /rodcprep) replication between all sites was 100% and the schema was upgraded to 47 without any problems.
After installing a Windows 2008 R2 server into the domain and running dcpromo to make the server the first 2008 R2 DC after completion of adding in the role there are errors in the Event log of the Active Directory Domain Service.
The initial replication will not complete because of a single object which looks to be related to our Nicelogger Database (phone monitoring server)
The error being received is below.
It points out that "The maximum size of an object has been exceeded".
Can i delete the object?
Any input would be appreciated.
Log Name: Directory Service
Date: 04/01/2013 14:08:07
Event ID: 1084
Task Category: Replication
User: ANONYMOUS LOGON
Internal event: Active Directory Domain Services could not update the following object with changes received from the following source directory service. This is because an error occurred during the application of the changes to Active Directory Domain Services on the directory service.
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