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AD error 1093 SecureLogin 8.0.1


I have recently upgrade our Active Directory level to Windows 2012.
today in events of only one dc i see this error for my user:

Active Directory Domain Services could not update the following object
with attribute changes because the incoming change caused the object to
exceed the maximum object record size. The incoming change to the
following attribute will be reversed in an attempt to complete the
update.

Attribute:
48230001 (protocom-SSO-Entries)

The current value (without changes) of the attribute on the local
directory partition will replicate to all other directory services. This
will counteract the change to the rest of the directory services. The
reversal values may be recognized as follows:
Version:
5814

the solution is delete some entries or if i re-extend adschema ?

thanks fo any advance.


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Re: AD error 1093 SecureLogin 8.0.1


hi sorate,

you can´t 're-extend adschema'. adsschema.exe will run, but do nothing
really. your problem is you have too much values in the attribute.
surely the eventlog talks of a specific OU here,


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Re: AD error 1093 SecureLogin 8.0.1


thanks.
i have already delete some entries and now found 1173 entries.

bye


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