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Event ID: 8033 Source: MSADC

LDAP search result on directory <directory name> for entry '<entry name>' was unsuccessful with error:[<error code>] <error description>.
- Error code: 0x2, error description: "Protocol Error" - As per Microsoft: "This behavior may occur if certain users or distribution lists are explicitly granted permissions to create top-level public folders or are explicitly denied permissions to create top-level public folders on the Exchange Server 5.5 computer". See ME827618 to fix this problem.

- Error code: 0x20, error description: "No Such Object" - As per Microsoft: "The user account that was used to configure the Active Directory connection agreement does not possess adequate user rights to perform replication within the connection agreement". See ME257250 to fix this problem.

- Error code: 0x1, error description: "Operations Error" - According to Microsoft, this issue may occur if the Exchange 5.5 Server directory database contains orphaned objects (for example, recipient containers) that were deleted at a remote site. In this situation, the Active Directory Connector assumes that the Exchange 5.5 Server directory database cannot be accessed and stops processing the Connection Agreement. As a result, an "Operations Error" is generated. See ME325520 to resolve this problem.
Check network connectivity. Verify the user name, password, and port address are correct, and try again. If the problem persists, verify that the remote Exchange server is configured to support LDAP. If the accompanying LDAP message refers to LDAP_OTHER, the directory service may be out of disk space.

As per ME324413, this issue may occur if Exchange 2000 cannot replicate Exchange Server directory objects to the Site Replication Service (SRS).

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