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how to delete a adc connection aggreement with adsiedit

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how to delete a adc connection aggreement with adsiedit?
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Go to adsiedit and under the Configuration partition, Services, Microsoft Exchange you would find Active directoy connections. Once you highlight that in the right pane you would see policies (you can delete them).
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You can also run the EXBPA to see if the ADC connector exists or not.
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You have to delete all the policies under the ADconnections. If you have any doubt take a system state backup and remove them.
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If the issue is resolved we can close the issue and give the points .... :-)
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