This is part an e-directory question part iMonitor.

A fellow worker moved a user object and then deleted it before the move had fully replicated across the partition boundry. Result I'm now stuck with a object that has a move inhibit obit that's never going to clear because the object concerned was deleted. It just sits there as a dead (primary), move inhibit and thats never going to change. Even with the advanced options on in iMonitor there is no way to release the move inhibit because it refers to an object that is deleted. Now I know all the servers that hold a copy of this object and I also know that there's a hidden option that can be added to the URL within the web interface that makes the delete object visible when it doesn't show up. I just can't remember if its &Delete, %Delete or /Delete or some other variation. Anybody out there remember the switch? I know Novell don't officially admit to it's existance (same as with a lot of dsrepair switches) but having tried all the normal approved ways to get rid of this thing ...

Pete