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Component Errors (SMS_Distribution_Manager, AD System Discovery)

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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?

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