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Active Directory cannot update object due to insufficient memory Rule

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Active Directory cannot update object due to insufficient memory Medium Critical

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Summary

The Active Directory® directory service could not update an object on the local domain controller with the changes that were received from the source domain controller. Active Directory does not have enough database version store capacity to apply the changes.

Sample Event:

Active Directory could not update the following object on the local domain controller with changes received from the following source domain controller. Active Directory does not have enough database version store to apply the changes.

Object: %1

Object GUID: %2

Source domain controller: %3

Additional Data

Error value: %5 %4

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Resolutions

Restart this domain controller. If this does not solve the problem, increase the size of the database version store. If you are populating the objects with a large number of values or the size of the values is especially large, decrease the size of future changes.

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See Also for Active Directory (AD) Monitoring Management Pack


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Overview
The following article provides good advice about how easy it is to configure the Active Directory management pack:

http://opsmgrunleashed.wordpress.com/2007/07/13/opsmgr-by-example-the-ad-management-pack/
shantal@list.ru at 11/4/2011 3:21:03 PM
Overview
If any problems arise after removing MOM’s Active Directory management pack helper object, the following article will help:

http://www.markwilson.co.uk/blog/2006/05/removing-moms-active-directory.htm

The author proposes reinstallation of the MOM agent before the Active Directory management pack helper object can be removed. Let’s try to do it.
shantal@list.ru at 10/26/2011 3:48:00 PM
Overview
If the Active Directory Management Pack “A journal wrap error has occurred on the Sysvol” rule does not work, the following informative article can help resolve the problem. The rule is designed to alert users when Event ID 13568 is logged in the File Replication Service log. The author asks us to recreate the rule as follows:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/jimmyharper/archive/2010/01/21/active-directory-management-pack-journal-wrap-alert-rule-does-not-work.aspx
shantal@list.ru at 10/26/2011 3:29:06 PM
Overview
The following Installation Checklist will help you install and configure the Active Directory Management Pack:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/momteam/archive/2007/07/19/active-directory-management-pack-checklist.aspx

This post helps the user follow all necessary steps of the Installation Process of the Active Directory (AD) Management Pack.
shantal@list.ru at 10/26/2011 3:20:40 PM
Overview
There is a good review of the Active Directory Replication Monitoring, including advice on how to set up overrides to configure Replication Monitoring, at:

http://blogs.technet.com/b/jimmyharper/archive/2009/05/20/configuring-or-disabling-replication-monitoring-in-the-active-directory-management-pack.aspx

The author said, a monitor named “AD Replication Monitoring” has been “deprecated” and is disabled by default. “Several Rules have been created to run the Replication Script and alert on various issues. The purpose of this change was to avoid alert storms when one Domain Controller stops replicating.” This is good to reduce the noise from alerts.
shantal@list.ru at 10/26/2011 3:17:27 PM