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get rid of previous exchange installation

Posted on 2008-10-23
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Guys,

I installed Exchange 2007 on virtual machine and later i realized that the hard drive is too low. So, i got rid of the server and then started all over again. What i should've done is to go to Add/remove program and first uninstall exchange.

Now, under exchange management console i have two exchange server names listed there. How do i get rid of the first one.

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Start from scratch - remove both.

Also see the MS articles on how to remove an exchange server.


I hope this helps !
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