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Deleted Server object from Exchange Server Group

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We have exchange 2003 cluster server under windows cluster. I accidentally deleted one of the exchange virtual servers (Mail9) from exchange system manager. Could anybody help to retrieve it back to the same position?

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Go to AD Sites and Services and on view menu select "show sites"
expand sites then services then Exchange then your Org then Admin Groups etc.. until you reach where the Cluster's Virt Srvr object is present with the other Virt Srvrs for that cluster.

Grab Exchange Disk and run setup /reinstall and you should be good to go.
The other option is an Authoritative System State restore from a DC from the mail9 server and all subtree items.
The later is the easier and quicker but might be hard to get buyoff from either management or the AD guy ifother than you.
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