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Uninstall Exchange Server/System Management Tools

Posted on 2006-07-10
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In a test environment, I had installed exchanger server on one box and just Sys Management tools on other. After a completion of a test, I can't seem to uninstall Exchanger Server or Sys Mgmt Tool. There is not an option to click 'next'  in MS exchange install (or uninstall for that matter) wizard. ('Next' is greyed out) I have tried using the exchange setup program of add/remove programs withing windows with same result.

I have since uninstalled IIS and and even demoted the last domain controller, so there is no active directory in existance. However, under 'add/remove programs' I still have exchange server listed. Can anyone advise me how to get rid of this?

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Hi,

Now that AD and IIS are gone I'd guess your oly way would be to re-install Windows or manually delete all references to Exchange. Re-installing Windows would probably be easier and quicker.

For future refernce: -

How to Uninstall Exchange Server 2003
http://www.microsoft.com/technet/prodtechnol/exchange/guides/Ex2k3DepGuide/fd4864c9-1ea1-4e6d-a5cc-64f00ffa7a2c.mspx?mfr=true
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