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Object could not be found on domain controller - 15.Oct.2007 9:03:06 AM   
win@oldanygroup.cz

 

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Hello!

I have problem witch some cmdlets. E.g. when I want to get or set ADPermission by Add-ADPermission or Get-ADPermission, I get error like this:
Add-ADPermission: The operation could not be performed because object 'itdep@ng.local' 
could not be found on domain controller 'ad.domain.local'.

Although I know, that the object is in AD, which could be find out for example by Get-Mailbox -Identity <myident>. This cmdlet returns info about that mailbox.

Users are in non default OU, which is like domain.local -> myusers -> <mydepartments>.

Could anybody please help me or point out the problem I am experienced?

Thank you, Jaroslav

< Message edited by win@oldanygroup.cz -- 23.Oct.2007 5:34:38 AM >
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RE: Object could not be found on domain controller - 29.Oct.2007 9:13:27 AM   
MIDOOooo

 

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try to set OU to include all AD.
check cmdlet parameters.

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RE: Object could not be found on domain controller - 29.Oct.2007 1:36:46 PM   
win@oldanygroup.cz

 

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Hello, thank you for your only response to my post. However, I don't know what you mean - "set OU to include all AD". First of all, AD is Active Directory, which is represent by one LDAP database. OU is included in LDAP database, so there si no "all AD" but only AD which has all OU. Hope we understand, because I don't.

I went through all parameters of cmdlet Add-ADPermision, but I cannot found any where can I specify a part of AD, there is only DomainController parameter. Could you please provide some example?

BR,
Jaroslav

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