Accidental deletion of AD accounts - user info still in SQL subscriber
I accidentally deleted some default/required accounts from AD Users and Computers. As a result, Unity does not start and I get the error: "An attempt to access the Primary Exchange Mailbox Store by AvCsMgr via MAPI has failed."
The following accounts still exist in SQL, but not in AD:
I basically deleted all the accounts _except_ for the Example Administrator, account used for Unity install, directory services, and message store services.
Is there a way to synch the SQL subscriber table with AD?
Re: Accidental deletion of AD accounts - user info still in SQL
Thank you for the reply Amit. In order to perform your suggestion, do I need to delete those accounts from the subscriber table? I also thought that the permissions wizard only set permissions for the directory services account, the message store account, and the unity install account. These accounts still exist. The accounts missing are:
Unity Messaging System -
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