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Hi again,

My user object creation process use many business rules, one of these moving the object to the right container according to somme attributes.
The problem is that sometimes, Adaxes failed to execute the business rules that follows the move as it seems that it tries to locate the object in the old location.
Here is the log extract :

Property 'userAccountControl' wasn't set because of the following error: The 'GARNIER, Christine (eu.loi.net\EU90-Other Objects\Users)' object does not exist.

It does not happen everytime, but it's really annoying of course.

I run the latest version of Adaxes (3.2.7831).

Thanks for your help

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Hello,

That's a known issue. It is not related to the automated moving objects. The 'No such object' error occurs if Adaxes is redirected to a different domain controller.

At the moment the issue is fixed and is being tested by our QA team. If everything is OK, on Monday we'll release a minor update that will contain the fix.

I'll update this post as soon as the fix is available.

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Great to hear. I'm waiting for that fix.

Thx

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Hello,

We've uploaded a minor update for Adaxes that contains a fix for the Object does not exist error.
Please download it at http://adaxes.com/download_direct.htm and let me know whether everything is OK.

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