multiple 2937 events - exchange 2013

hi experts,
after Exchange migration from 2007 to 2013 i've now multiple 2937 warning events like this one:

Process Microsoft.Exchange.Store.Worker.exe (PID=9440). Object [CN=DB01,CN=Databases,CN=Exchange Administrative Group (FYDIBOHF23SPDLT),CN=Administrative Groups,CN=Flyfax Organization,CN=Microsoft Exchange,CN=Services,CN=Configuration,DC=flyfax,DC=local]. Property [PublicFolderDatabase] is set to value [domain.com/Configuration/Deleted Objects/Public Folder Database
 DEL:50baf144-df56-4c34-b570-32542e428d56], it is pointing to the Deleted Objects container in Active Directory. This property should be fixed as soon as possible.

These type of warnings are for many different processes, like w3wp.exe and MSExchangeSubmission.exe and make up the majority of the warnings.

I've seen with adsi edit that some properties pointing to a wrong server name (the previous admin has changed the Exchange 2013 server name...) and some Other parameters like "sitefolderserver" are null

how i can re-create the right properties entry in AD??
thank you
johnabbruzziAsked:
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johnabbruzziConnect With a Mentor Author Commented:
I've found the solution n this article:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/jamec/archive/2014/01/29/exchange-2013-the-case-of-the-mysterious-crashing-rpc-proxy-application-pool.aspx

Sometimes when you delete things, AD doesn't always get the update that it should.  We have seen this in the past with connectors or user objects where we see reference to a deleted object.  That is what can be happening here.  In some of the cases that I have worked, the Legacy Public Folder is showing as a deleted object in AD, specifically the msExchHomePublicMDB attribute.  To check to see if this is populated, take the following steps

1. Open ADSIEdit

2. Connect to the Configuration container

3. Expand Services

4. Expand Microsoft Exchange

5. Expand your Organization name

6. Expand Administrative Groups

7. Highlight Databases

8. In the right hand pane you will see a list of databases.

9. Right click on the database object and chose Properties

10. Scroll down to msExchHomePublicMDB

11. If you see reference to the old database delete the value

12. Check the rest of the databases to make sure that they are not populated in the same way.

Once this has been removed, you should stop seeing the System events noted above.
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johnabbruzziAuthor Commented:
Sorry but I'm not sure to understood that article. They wrote of an infrastructure with earlier versions never been installed. In my case I've installed a new 2013 in cohesistance with 2007 and after completed migration the old 2007 was decommissioned and turned off...
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johnabbruzziAuthor Commented:
I've requested that this question be closed as follows:

Accepted answer: 0 points for johnabbruzzi's comment #a40014819

for the following reason:

because it is the solution
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Mahesh SharmaCommented:
Looks like you have not read the technet link I shared earlier.
It tells the same for checking the value of  msExchHomePublicMDB

here is the snippet from the link:

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Mahesh SharmaCommented:
Correct solution was provided via technet link
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johnabbruzziAuthor Commented:
in my post i've asked an "how to" ... the article posted by MKS do not explain the step by step to resolve but just the necessity to delete a value (i already know that it is necessary...). The link i've posted explain the reason why it happens and the way step by step to change this value.
I think that only my own post have the correct answer
many thanks
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