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'Microsoft Azure Active Directory Sync'  AD connector errors on execution

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Last Modified: 2016-02-29
We had a sync breakdown on a Windows Server 2012 R2 server  that has since been fixed with the assistance of Microsoft (re-installed everything, wiped registry keys).  The sync is working, and is relatively quick.  We are still getting the following error several times a day:

'The Management Agent 'Windows Azure Active Directory Connector' reported  errors on execution.'
Event ID: 0
Level: Warning
Source: Directory Synchronization
EventData: The Management Agent 'Windows Azure Active Directory Connector' reported errors on           execution.

Unfortunately, there aren't further details other than the above.  I think I remember during our troubleshooting with Microsoft that we were told just to 'disregard' these events, however we need to locate the source. We've done a few 'test pw changes' to see if the errors correlated with a sync, however this is not the case.  Any insight would be appreciated.
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