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Upgraded Exchange 5.5 to 2000, How to get rid of Active Directory Connector

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I have a client who has upgraded from an Exchange 5.5 site to Exchange 2000. A relic from the upgrade is that the Active Directory Connector is still present. My understanding is that ADC is not required in Exchange 2000 because it directly integrates with AD.

I am looking for any information on this, and how to remove ADC.

Apparently, the ADC looses connectivity with AD on occasion and outlook cant authenticate.
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This pretty much answers my question

http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;272314

Upgrading to Native mode gets rid of the ADC.
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