Stale record in lync 2010

How to delet have migrated all users from lync 2010 to lync 2013,1 user remained that starts with dn=0ACNF\:xx that cannot be deleted,so is there any procedure to delete this ,since I cannot delete the lync 2010 poole a user with dn=0acnf\xxxxxx in lync 2010
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gsdroubiAuthor Commented:
I have migrated all users from lync 2010 to lync 2013,1 user remained that starts with dn=0ACNF\:xx that cannot be deleted,so is there any procedure to delete this ,since I cannot delete the lync 2010 pool
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Satyendra SharmaMicrosoft UC Technical ArchitectCommented:
Can you move that object to Lync 2013?
Have you also tried force deletion?
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gsdroubiAuthor Commented:
Hi,
I tried al possibilities,that user is <CNF> as mentioned,i tried the solutions on the internet to get rid of that user,
,if I run this on lync 2010 server

PS C:\Users\administrator.MAKASSED> get-csuser -Filter {registrarpool -eq "ucs.
akassed.net"}


Identity               : CN=Zouheir a. Ghannoum\0ACNF:1422bae4-4ea9-42ff-94ab-d
                         fd1c1d3bbdf,OU=Staff,OU=Users,OU=Khadija,DC=Khadija,DC
                         =Makassed,DC=net
VoicePolicy            :
ConferencingPolicy     :
PresencePolicy         :
DialPlan               :
LocationPolicy         :
ClientPolicy           :
ClientVersionPolicy    :
ArchivingPolicy        :
PinPolicy              :
ExternalAccessPolicy   : Allow No Access
MobilityPolicy         :
HostedVoiceMail        :
HostedVoicemailPolicy  :
HostingProvider        : SRV:
RegistrarPool          : ucs.makassed.net
Enabled                : True
SipAddress             : sip:zaghannoum@Makassed.net
LineURI                :
EnterpriseVoiceEnabled : False
HomeServer             : CN=Lc Services,CN=Microsoft,CN=1:2,CN=Pools,CN=RTC Ser
                         vice,CN=Microsoft,CN=System,DC=Makassed,DC=net
DisplayName            : Zouheir A. Ghannoum
SamAccountName         : zaghannoum
-------------------------------------
but on lync 2013,it shows no users

they told me there is a database conflict between both lync fe,is there any tool to solve that problem,since I cannot publish the new topology.i don't know how lync looks for users from what sql table he is finding that user???
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Satyendra SharmaMicrosoft UC Technical ArchitectCommented:
So do you have that user already created in your Lync 2013 deployment?
Like what do you get if you run (get-csuser zaghannoum) and if you do see the user in 2013 what do you see in the Identity attribute a DN with CNF or regular DN?

These type of AD object are created due to duplicate user creation at the same time and the DC's not replicating in time so one of them gets mangled and 0ACNF gets added to the DN just to keep it unique, so what you will have to do is get rid of the AD object and see if that resolves your issue.

More reading - http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/15435.active-directory-duplicate-object-name-resolution.aspx
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gsdroubiAuthor Commented:
hi
I m sure it is not in the AD,and not lingered object,it is in lync db
I run on lync 2010 and lync 2013
PS C:\Users\administrator.MAKASSED> get-csuser -Filter {registrarpool -eq "ucs.m
akassed.net"}------------------------0 entries
but still gives me
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gsdroubiAuthor Commented:
I run also findobjectsinthepool.ps1,it gives
PS C:\Users\administrator.MAKASSED> .\FindObjectsInThePool.ps1 ucs.makassed.net

[No Users found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Common Area Phones found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Exchange UM Contacts found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Workflows found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Analog Devices found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Conference Directories found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Call Park Orbits found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Unassigned Numbers found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Application Endpoints found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No Trusted Application Endpoints found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]

[No DialIn Conferencing Access Numbers found in the ucs.makassed.net pool]
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gsdroubiAuthor Commented:
I restarted lync 2010 server,
it gives me
PS C:\Users\administrator.MAKASSED> get-csuser -Filter {registrarpool -eq "ucs.
 akassed.net"}


 Identity               : CN=Zouheir a. Ghannoum\0ACNF:1422bae4-4ea9-42ff-94ab-d
                          fd1c1d3bbdf,OU=Staff,OU=Users,OU=Khadija,DC=Khadija,DC
                          =Makassed,DC=net
 VoicePolicy            :
 ConferencingPolicy     :
 PresencePolicy         :
 DialPlan               :
 LocationPolicy         :
 ClientPolicy           :
 ClientVersionPolicy    :
 ArchivingPolicy        :
 PinPolicy              :
 ExternalAccessPolicy   : Allow No Access
 MobilityPolicy         :
 HostedVoiceMail        :
 HostedVoicemailPolicy  :
 HostingProvider        : SRV:
 RegistrarPool          : ucs.makassed.net
 Enabled                : True
 SipAddress             : sip:zaghannoum@Makassed.net
 LineURI                :
 EnterpriseVoiceEnabled : False
 HomeServer             : CN=Lc Services,CN=Microsoft,CN=1:2,CN=Pools,CN=RTC Ser
                          vice,CN=Microsoft,CN=System,DC=Makassed,DC=net
 DisplayName            : Zouheir A. Ghannoum
 SamAccountName         : zaghannoum
 -------------------------------------
 but on lync 2013,it shows no users
so what is the problem,is there any utility to resolve that conflict,i was told that there is such utility in Microsoft,can I have it
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Satyendra SharmaMicrosoft UC Technical ArchitectCommented:
Did you already try
get-csuser -Filter {registrarpool -eq "ucs. akassed.net"} | disable-csuser?

Also do you see that object in AD via ADUC or Adsiedit?
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gsdroubiAuthor Commented:
hi,
These type of AD object are created due to duplicate user creation at the same time and the DC's not replicating in time so one of them gets mangled and 0ACNF gets added to the DN just to keep it unique, so what you will have to do is get rid of the AD object and see if that resolves your issue.
,I m not able to delete that user with /removelingeringobjects since I read
 In the case where these objects reside on non-writables (in Global Catalog partitions)  as lingering objects then rehosting the non-writable partition using repadmin.exe is an acceptable alternative. how do I do that command????
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Satyendra SharmaMicrosoft UC Technical ArchitectCommented:
I think this is what you need to execute - repadmin /removelingeringobjects

Additional reading on the same topic:-
http://blogs.technet.com/b/ad/archive/2008/06/06/conflict-resolution-lingering-objects-printers.aspx
https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc785298(v=ws.10).aspx
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