If the eDirectory server can’t open the database files, a message on the Windows server will notify you.
If there are no other database replicas, users can't log in.
If there are other replicas, logging in might be slow and you will see communication errors and synchronization errors on the servers holding those replicas.
The database files might have been corrupted through disk errors on the NT/2000 server.
Someone might have deleted one or more of the database files.
If other replicas of the eDirectory database exist, complete the following steps:
Start NetIQ iManager from an administrative workstation.
Remove the corrupted replica from the replica ring.
See NetIQ eDirectory 8.8 SP8 Administration Guide for more information.
Run the sammig.exe utility in the system directory, located at c:\winnt\system32 on the NT server, or from the menu.
Select the option to create a new replica on the eDirectory server.
If this eDirectory server holds the only replica of the partition, complete the following steps:
Run the sammig.exe utility in the system directory, located at c:\winnt\system32 on the NT Server, or from the menu.
Selecton Windows and revert to the previous Windows domain state.
Continue with the uninstallation process until it has completed.
Restart the Migration Tool and proceed to install eDirectory on Windows.
Move the User objects from the NT/2000 domain to the eDirectory tree.