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SCP Creation

Updated: November 25, 2009

Applies To: Windows Server 2008 R2

When Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) is running on a computer that is joined to a domain, the AD LDS instance attempts to create a serviceConnectionPoint (SCP) object in the domain so that other computers in the domain can locate the AD LDS instance. As an option, an administrator can specify the container in which to create this object. The container must exist in the domain before it can be used as an SCP.

Events

Event ID Source Message

2535

Microsoft-Windows-ActiveDirectory_DomainService

The directory server has successfully created the AD_TERM_ABBR serviceConnectionPoint object in AD_TERM.

Additional Data
SCP object DN:
%1

2537

Microsoft-Windows-ActiveDirectory_DomainService

The directory server has failed to create the AD_TERM_ABBR serviceConnectionPoint object in AD_TERM. This operation will be retried.

Additional Data
SCP object DN:
%1
Error value:
%2 %3
Server error:
%4
Internal ID:
%5
AD_TERM_ABBR service account:
%6

User Action
If AD_TERM_ABBR is running under a local service account, it will be unable to update the data in AD_TERM. Consider changing the AD_TERM_ABBR service account to either NetworkService or a domain account.

If AD_TERM_ABBR is running under a domain user account, make sure this account has sufficient rights to create the serviceConnectionPoint object.

ServiceConnectionPoint object publication can be disabled for this instance by setting msDS-DisableForInstances attribute on the SCP publication configuration object.

2541

Microsoft-Windows-ActiveDirectory_DomainService

The custom ServiceConnectionPoint registration container is not found in AD_TERM.

Additional Data
SCP container DN:
%1
SCP configuration object:
%2
Error value:
%3 %4

User Action:
Verify that msDS-SCPContainer attribute stored on the msDS-ServiceConnectionPoint is pointing to an existing container in AD_TERM, or remove the value to create the SCP object in its default location under the computer object.

Related Management Information

SCP

Active Directory

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