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AD server was removed without demoting it, how to remove?

Posted on 2008-06-24
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Client has 11 servers in the organization.
1 of the servers was to be decommisioned but someone removed the server and shipped it off without demoting it. Now its still listed in Active Directory Sites. Whats the correct way to remvoe it when the servers MIA?

Thanks for any help
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