cant remove 2003 smtp connector from 5.5 eSM

Posted on 2006-03-28
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Last Modified: 2008-02-26
a connector i no longer wanted was removed from the exchange site (2003 esm) and replaced with a nother.

but this change isnt showing on the 5.5 admin, it still shows the old connector and not the new one,

when i try to delete it says network address not found
Question by:mhamer
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try to replicate the Config CA.

1) Open ADC and right click on Config CA and click on replicate now.

2) Run KCC on the Exchange 5.5 server

to run KCC click on E55 server object and then on the right side click on Directory services and then properties
click on check now

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it was to do with the ADC,    the above didnt work,

some how the passwords got screwed,

i put in a differnt user for the ADC connectors,  still not working, when i put it back to how it was everything started working

I had tried the above before

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