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We are having a very difficult time locating any posts, forum topics, or ms bulletins in regards to the attached distmgr.log file. If anybody of you knowledgeable helpful users on the forum can assist in ANY way, please feel free to offer any suggestions. We currently are unable to distribute any new data, sync dp's, etc... We have performed a site reset. We have removed MP role. We have removed and replaced the mentioned file. Kind of at a loss. Short of rebuilding the main site server, I'm not too sure as to our next step. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. Thank you in advance for your time and assistance. distmgr.log mpcontrol.log
One of the messages I'm receiving is this. Not sure exactly what it means. Active Directory System Discovery Agent reported errors for 1 objects. DDRs were generated for 0 objects that had errors while reading non-critical properties. DDRs were not generated for 1 objects that had errors while reading critical properties. Possible cause: The site server might not have access to some properties of this object. The container specified might not have the properties available. Solution: Please verify the Active Directory schema for properties that are not replicated or locked. Refer to the discovery logs for more information. The other I got after creating a package to install Adobe CS5. Distribution Manager failed to access the source directory "\\tech-sccmdist-1\sources\Apps\MSI\AdobeCS5\Build" for content "ScopeId_0BEAAD1E-20C8-49D0-BD6F-2D4774773E76/DeploymentType_02bc1a6a-cd8b-48be-89a5-cb296d560b6b/1" (content ID = Content_0b807e32-0b84-4046-be33-1a06104c9999). The operating system reported error 1295: The requested file operation failed because the storage quota was exceeded. To free up disk space, move files to a different location or delete unnecessary files. For more information, contact your system administrator. Possible cause: Distribution Manager does not have sufficient rights to the source directory. Solution: Verify that the site server computer account has at least Read access to the directory you specify as the source directory. Possible cause: There is not enough disk space available on the site server. Solution: Verify that there is enough free disk space available on the site server. Any clues?