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hello,
I am getting the follwoign error in the ADMT log. I found the reoslution below, what is the best way to resolve this and if this error will cause me problems when migrating workstations profiles to the target forest?

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Error: Unable to store default excluded system properties in database. Unspecified error (0x80004005)


Thank you very much!
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Will Szymkowski earned 2000 total points
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The error message above is basically stating that (some) system properties will not be migrated. This usually happens if your schema's are not the same in the source and target forests. i.e. if you have different forest functional levels 2003 vs 2008, or if you have added other applicaitons in forest (source) like Lync, Exchange etc which modify the schema and add additional attributes to user or computer objects. If the Target forest does not have these "place holders" available the properties will not be migrated.

That does not mean that the object will not be migrated just some of its original properties form the source forest.

Will.
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