Unable to delete CN=Folder Hierarchies from adsiedit.msc Active Directory

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1) Using AD Users and Groups when you try to look @ the properties > you get the following error as administrator (who has rights to the > whole forest, domain, and OU that the object is in. "The Active > Directory object could not be displayed. n Unable to view attribute > or value. You may not have permissions to view this object." When > you try to delete the object you get "Windows cannot delete object > USER NAME because: The specified directory service attribute or value > does not exist." > > 2) When you try to do the same process in ADSIEdit, properties shows > "An invalid directory pathname was passed". Delete shows "This folder > or one of its children has one or more property sheets up. Please > close the property sheet before continuing with this action" > > *** That in itself is a strange message, being that the object has > been in AD for over 6 months, and ALL machines have been rebooted... > > 3) In ADSIEdit, the object shows up like a notepad item, not a folder > even though all of the other user objects show up as a folder. The > object is also not displayed on the left hand side (the tree view), > but does show up at the end of the right site (object view)

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