exchange 2010

I am getting event ID 1121 error:0x80004005 connecting to Active directory

is this can be  a LDAP connection issue with my mailbox and AD servers (ms exchange IS is down)
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albert_miquelit managerCommented:
check from exchange servers you can connect to ad's by going \\ad1\netlogon and \\ad2\netlogon
usually that happens for problems with syncronization between ads or your exchange servers has a "time " problem more than 5 minutes of diference or problems accessing to the ad's
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Pete LongTechnical ConsultantCommented:
>>0x80004005

Usually indicates a permissions error, on YOUR user object, security tab is 'inherit permissions' ticked?

Pete
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pramod1Author Commented:
can it also be because of AD being busy ? replication latency?
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