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AD Lost And Found Object Count : The script 'AD Lost And Found Object Count' failed to create object 'McActiveDir.ActiveDirectory'. This is an unexpected error. The error returned was 'ActiveX component can't create object' (0x1AD)
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From a support forum: Installing OOMADS is the correct response to the "McActiveDir.ActiveDirectory" error. The AD Helper provides some objects used in AD monitoring scripts, both client and server side. See T180379 on how to install Oomads.msi.
See T180916 for a description of the various Active Directory Management Pack scripts, including "AD Lost and Found Object Count".
Not a fix for this problem, but EV100336 (Optimizing and reducing the noise on Admin Packs Scom) provides some information on how to avoid clutter from SCOM.
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