This document explains the workaround for the Cisco Unity error message: Failed synchronizing directory object. Error: 0x80040E2F.
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The information in this document is based on Cisco Unity 4.x.
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This event log error message displays on a Cisco Unity server:
Event Type: Error Event Source: CiscoUnity_DirChangeWriter Event Category: Error Event ID: 1048 Date: 2007/11/30 Time: 16:04:22 User: N/A Computer: UNITY001 Description: Failed synchronizing directory object. Directory ID: 6771234C2F2FC4FA1ADBEB7D06C9CB5 Error: 0x80040E2F
Complete these steps in order to resolve this error message:
Go to the Cisco Unity server and choose Start > Programs > Microsoft SQL Server > Enterprise Manager.
Choose Microsoft SQL Servers > SQL Server Group > Your Unity server_name > Databases > UnityDB > Tables.
In the right pane, scroll down to locate and then right-click on the GlobalLocation table. Then choose Open Table > Return all rows.
From the SQL Global Location table, delete the DirectoryID, which is 6771234C2F2FC4FA1ADBEB7D06C9CB5 in this case.
Choose Cisco Unity Tools Depot > Diagnostics Tools, and double-click DohPropTest.
Click GC Monitor, and choose TotalResync.
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