KNOWN ISSUE: Could not find stored procedure 'spGetWindowsAccountsWithNoADResourceKeys' after upgrading from SMP 7.1 MP1 to 7.1 SP1
Last Updated July 12, 2011
Customer recently upgraded to Service Pack 1 for Symantec Management Platform (SMP) 7.1. If you upgrade from SMP 7.1 MP1 to 7.1 SP1, either does not create or delete 'spGetWindowsAccountsWithNoADResourceKeys'. This causes AD imports to fail during run time. It seems that a fresh install of 7.1 SP1, does have this stored procedure. When you run a Full AD import, you may see the error below.
Description: While DoDirectoryImportTask for import rule Import Role and Account resources from test.domain, from Domain Admins/Users, Domain Computers/Users, Domain Users/Users and using the default column mappings. Perform this import on the specified schedules. (d749ca3e-ef02-43e5-b55e-ef0bb8bf8adf) System.Data.SqlClient.SqlException caught in DoDirectoryImportTask. Reason: Could not find stored procedure 'spGetWindowsAccountsWithNoADResourceKeys'.
Under investigation. Missing 'spGetWindowsAccountsWithNoADResourceKeys' on upgrade from SMP 7.1 MP1 to 7.1 SP1.
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WORKAROUND: The workaround for this issue is to manually create the missing stored procedure. Run the following query to recreate it: