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Add a new server to Exchange Server Manager

Posted on 2007-04-05
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Hello All,

We moved to a new Exchange Server 2003 from Exchange Server 2003 and on my Windows XP Pro workstation I have the Exchange Server Manager, and I cant locate where or how to remove the old server and add the new, I have so far uninstalled ESM from my system and reinstalled but it keeps coming up with the old server.    
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by:Sembee
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You don't add and remove servers to ESM in that way. ESM on your workstation should be picking the information up from the domain.

How exactly did you move to a new server?

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by:jimmyz1966
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Sembee,
That explains it, the exchange server is in a different domain, out of india, I can logon to the server to admin it, but i wanted to do it locally.      
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Your stuffed then.
The workstation needs to be in the same domain.

Simon.
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As always thanks for your help Sembee.
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