I installed Unity5 in a child domain. When running the permissions wizard it applied 2 permissions to the Deleted Objects OU (hidden in AD) at the child domain level, but showed a failure when it attempted to apply the same permissions to the parent domain Deleted Objects.
This makes sense since our install account only had local domain admin rights.
Does this permission matter since we are only dealing with objects in the child domain and no other Unity servers or users exist in other parts of AD?
All other permissions went ok and server is operational with no errors. Unity is importing AD accounts only and has no AD admin rights
The unitydirsvc account is given "Read properties" and "List contents" permissions for the Deleted Objects OU - Applied onto child objects in every domain that contains Cisco Unity subscribers or groups. I have had a similar experience with running the permissions wizard and the only failure was the ability to set permissions on the Deleted Objects OU. We also only import AD accounts into Unity and this has not impacted our users or Unity application.
I too have had this error. Same thing as Ginger no impact on subscibers or accounts.
I think the reason is that PW had been run succussfully before. I also think that PW only gives and not takes away permissions. With that said, even though it had failed it still had the permissions from a successful run before. Just an idea of mine. :-)
What version of PW did you use? We're having the same issues with PW version 188.8.131.52 from ciscounitytools.com, but we don't show any issues with our Parent Site running PW 184.108.40.206 (shipped on media).
We're going to run the upgrade again tomorrow in the Lab to see what happens (more or less to verify the above once more).
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