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Can I remove Routing and Remote access from my mailserver

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We run a single Windows 2000 domain with no remote access.  My exchange 2003 server takes 10 IP addresses from DHCP for routing and remote access.  Can I remove that service from my mail server?  Will it cause any other trouble with mail delivery?
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by:LeeDerbyshire
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I don't think it's an OS component that can be removed, but you can disable the service without affecting your email.
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You cannot remove it.  Just stop it, disable it, and you are set to go.  

Your exchange server isnt functioning as a VPN endpoint for any external users is it?
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