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Removing Legacy Exchange 2007 Server from AD and Console (Server Crashed)

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I have had an Exchange 2007 Server Crash and have reinstalled on another server. The exchange console still has references to this old server and I assume so does the Active Directory. How do I purge all reference to this server, as it crashed, a correct uninstall was obviously not possible. Any assistance would be greatly appreciated
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Remove the computer accounts from Active Directory, remove any references from DNS and WINS, You may also need to jump into adsiet and remove them from the schema
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Muchas Gracias
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