Hi I am attempting to move subscribers within the same AD domain. The stream files directory is shared on source and target and the account is configured with the correct permissions. When I select move, the wizard appears and displays the following.
I don't have GSM code to look at (not one of my tools) but I can make a couple observations.
1. Corrupted text is most often a localization issue - not sure if you're using a region setting other than US English - at the risk of sounding like an ugly American, this is always a good thing to try when you see odd text. Most of the tool string fetching routines get them from the resource DLLs based on the currently active language code - it could be stumbling there.
2. seeing a mention of "agency" is very odd - an Agceny is specific to a vertical market install for Community Voice Mail (a non profit agencey Cisco supports) - this should never come up in any field installs outside of their setup (you have to use GSM to configure this) - any chance anyone was monkeying around with GSM and exploring CVM type functionality? I believe that error means an extension is being moved to an agency that is not assigned that range (long story) - not sure how to run that one down - I don't know much about the under pinnings of CVM and GSM but I do know the term "agency" is specific to that.
I checked the Regional/Language settings and these were set to UK but I changed them back to US. This has made no difference. I have the same tool on a Unity 4.2 and Unity 5.0 system and they both exhibit the same problem.
I really looks like something is corrupted. When I launch the Move Subscriber wizzard the buttons at the bottom of the screen are nothing like what they should be. When I press what should be the Next key i get a screen that mentions Domino users.
I have attached a screen shot of the screen you get when you launch the Move Subscriber wizard.
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