Error trying to uninstall Exchange 2007 Hub Transport Role

Trying to unistall Exchange 2007 from a bogus install/Exch2k3 upgrade. Have every role uninstalled except the Hub Transport role. When trying to uninstall it I receive the following error. Error: This computer is configured as a bridgehead server for 1 routing group connector(s) in the orginization. These must be moved or deleted before Setup can continue. I thought I deleted the right connector but I'm still receiving this error. Any help is greatly appreciated! Thanks!!
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MesthaConnect With a Mentor Commented:
Run

get-routinggroupconnector

and see what it says. If you have any Routing Group Connectors configured then you need to either reconfigure them or remove them complete and recreate it.

Simon.
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Abacus ITAuthor Commented:
Ok I used the command in the power shell and got the info back. Now where do I got to delete this connector? I'm asuming it will be recreated once I reinstall Exchange 2007?? Also is this deleted on the Exchange 2003 server I am upgrading from or do I delete it on the Exchange 2007 server? Sorry this is new to me.  Thanks
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Abacus ITAuthor Commented:
Ok well here's what I have done. I have connected to the Exchange 2003 server and opened system manager browsed to the connectors looked at then and right clicked on the connector and deleted it. But still same error when I'm trying to uninstall????
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Abacus ITAuthor Commented:
i got it! Remove-RoutingGroupConnector -Identity [Routing Group Name]  Thanks for the info!
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Abacus ITAuthor Commented:
Simon Thanks for your help! The command you gave me helped me get this resolved and figure out the Routing Group Connectors name! Thanks again
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