SetMoveResourceData failed because the user is not provisioned.

Si has configurado recientemente un nuevo Pool en tu organización e intentas mover usuarios desde un Pool ya existente a dicho nuevo Pool, puede que te encuentres con este mensaje de error, en la consola de Lync Server 2013 Control Panel:

“SetMoveResourceData failed because the user is not provisioned.”

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Y si revisamos el visor de eventos en los FE’s del nuevo Pool, podemos encontrarnos sucesos como este:

Event 32209, LS User Services

“Failed update user data in local database during move.

Execution Error: 0x00000000(ERROR_SUCCESS).
Native Error: 50320.
Error Details: [# [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 11.0][SQL Server]###50320:ImpPrepareForImport:Can not import a user that is not found in the directory. #][# [Microsoft][SQL Server Native Client 11.0][SQL Server]###50001:UserMgmtSetHomedResourceDataXml:Propagation #].
Cause: This may indicate a problem with connectivity to local database or some unknown product issue.
Resolution:
Ensure that connectivity to local database is proper. If the error persists, please contact product support with server traces.”

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Según Microsoft y como podemos ver en su web está es la causa.

Causa:

The Lync Server User Replicator Service has not completed the initial replication of user information between the Windows Active Directory, directory services Lync Server enabled domain and the Lync Server databases. The initial synchronization process’s time to completion can vary depending on the design of the Active Directory, directory services forest that hosts the Lync server pool.

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Así que lo primero que haremos será esperar unas horas, para ver si realmente dicho proceso de sincronización se completa y estos errores ya no aparecen.

Lync Server Service Startup Pending as Backup Store BackEnd is not yet available.

Si estamos administrando servidores de Lync, puede que nos encontremos en algún momento con este evento.

Event 32212, LS User Services

“Lync Server Service Startup Pending as Backup Store BackEnd is not yet available.

Service Startup will be delayed until the Backup Store BackEnd becomes available.
Cause: Possible Issues with the Backup Store BackEnd.
Resolution:
Ensure that the Backup Store BackEnd SQL Server is running and connectivity is working. The Backup Store needs to be available for initial startup to complete.”

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Te recomiendo que via Lync Server Management Shell ejecutes:

1.- Install-CsDatabase –CentralManagementDatabase –SqlServerFqdn yourFullQualifiedDomainSQLNameServer –SqlInstanceName SQLName -Verbose

2.- Enable-CsTopology

3.- Ir a la ruta “ProgramFiles\Microsoft Lync Server 2013\Deployment\” y ejecutar “Bootstrapper.exe

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Después de unos minutos los errores desaparecerán del visor de eventos.

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Y veremos como todos los servidores están arrancados, en particular “Lync Server Front-End” que no arrancaba.

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