Project Server 2010 Active Directory Synchronization Error – Event ID 7734

I recently ran into an issue where the Active Directory Enterprise Resource Pool Synchronization was failing on my Project Server 2010 farm.  On the Active Directory Enterprise Resource Pool Synchronization page it was showing the Synchronization Status as:

Some user data was not updated because synchronization of the Enterprise Resource Pool partially failed on <date> at <time>. To identify where the errors occurred, see the Windows event log on the server.

In looking at the server event logs the following event error was tied to the issue:

Log Name:      Application
 Source:        Microsoft-SharePoint Products-Project Server
Date:          12/3/2012 7:55:57 AM
Event ID:      7734
Task Category: Active Directory Synchronization
Level:         Error
Keywords:
User:          [DOMAIN]\svc_prd_service
Computer:      [Project Server Name]
Description:
Standard Information:PSI Entry Point:
Project User: [DOMAIN\projectuser]
 Correlation Id: 9fb04751-aa7d-423c-bfa2-c10f7a8adfc4
PWA Site URL: [http://pwa]
SSP Name: PROJECT Project Web App
 PSError: NoError (0)
 A resource could not be updated during Project Server Active Directory Synchronization because a duplicate windows account name conflict occurred that could not be resolved. Resource GUID: 769f555e-7785-4e9c-9ac4-21093cba6f92. Resource Name [FirstName LastName] ([DOMAIN\FirstName.LastName). Windows Account:
 Event Xml:
 xmlns=”http://schemas.microsoft.com/win/2004/08/events/event”>
<System>
<Provider Name=”Microsoft-SharePoint Products-Project Server” Guid=”{B2178104-1B5B-4C20-8C8F-960678CED9E5}” />
<EventID>7734</EventID>
<Version>14</Version>
<Level>2</Level>
<Task>5</Task>
<Opcode>0</Opcode>
<Keywords>0×4000000000000000</Keywords>
 <TimeCreated SystemTime=”2012-12-03T12:55:57.569933800Z” />
<EventRecordID>34426</EventRecordID>
<Correlation ActivityID=”{9FB04751-AA7D-423C-BFA2-C10F7A8ADFC4}” />
<Execution ProcessID=”5760″ ThreadID=”7768″ />
<Channel>Application</Channel>
<Computer>[Project Server Name]</Computer>
<Security UserID=”S-1-5-21-1409082233-507921405-839522115-31078″ />
</System>
<EventData>
<Data Name=”string0″>PSI Entry Point:
Project User: [DOMAIN\projectuser]
 Correlation Id: 9fb04751-aa7d-423c-bfa2-c10f7a8adfc4
PWA Site URL: [http://pwa]
SSP Name: PROJECT Project Web App
 PSError: NoError (0)
<Data Name=”string1″>769f555e-7785-4e9c-9ac4-21093cba6f92</Data>
 FirstName LastName ([DOMAIN\FirstName.LastName])
<Data Name=”string3″>
</Data>
</EventData>
</Event>

From this error I identified the ‘Resource Name’ person.  To resolve, you will need to delete this enterprise resource, and then run the synchronization process to bring the user back in to the resource pool.

  1. First, you should capture the current RBS information for the user so you can enter that back in after you complete all the steps below.
    1. From Project Web app, go to Server Settings > Manage Users and then locate the affected user.  Make note of the RBS settings for this user
  2. Next, you can now delete the user from the Enterprise Objects
    1. Go to Server Settings > Database Administration > Delete Enterprise Objects
    2. Under ‘What do you want to delete from Project Server?’ select ‘Resources and Users’
    3. Scroll through the list of users until you find the user matching the ‘Resource Name’ in the error
    4. Put a check in the box next to the name, and then click on the ‘Delete‘ button at the top or bottom of the page.
  3. Next step is to run the synchronization process
    1. On the Server Settings page go to Operational Policies > Active Directory Resource Pool Synchronization and then click on ‘Save and Synchronize Now’ button.
  4. After the synchronization job runs, the Synchronization Status should report:
    The Enterprise Resource Pool was successfully synchronized on [date] at [time].
  5. Complete steps by verifying that the user has been imported back in by going back to Server Settings > Manage Users.  Open the user and reenter the RBS information that was collected at the beginning of the steps.
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3 Responses to Project Server 2010 Active Directory Synchronization Error – Event ID 7734

  1. Konnie McCauley says:

    Thank you for the post on User Profile MOSSAD export permission error. That fixed my issue.

  2. Anuj says:

    In this case all of assignments or every work has been done by resource will be unmapped and after deletion when AD sync will happen it will create a new resourceuid so this solution is not a correct in case user has timesheets and assignments data.Is there any other workaround for the issue?

    • Patrick Drews says:

      Anuj – you could be correct. In my instances, I never ran into this, as the users that were erroring were never properly in Project at the time. You bring up a good caution to consider, and do not know of a work around.

      Patrick

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