Unable to delete an Active Directory Connector (ADC) agreement

Posted on 2002-06-04
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
After migrating from Exchange 5.5 to Exchange 2000, I am trying to remove ADC and change from Mixed mode to Native mode. But I am not able to remove ADC because of one connection agreement which used to synchronize configuration information between my Exchange 2000 server and Exchange 5.5 server which is already deleted from the sight. No error messages are generated.
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You must be talking about the config_ca connection agreement. Have you deleted the Site replication services from Exchange 2000, then tried removing the ADC?
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P.S. - I know that you stated you are trying to go to native mode, but make sure because once you delete the SRS and the can't go back.

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Yes, I am talking about the config_ca connection agreement. I found out that I deleted SRS using Exchange 5.5 administrator but not Exchange System Manager. I deleted SRS from Exchange 2000 and the connection agreement is gone.

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