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ADS edit and removing an exchange server that hardware died along time ago !

I have ADS edit and am going remove an exchange server 2003 that hardware the died along time ago ! Does anyone have a how to too this ?

Thank you ahead of time !
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Niko6323
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digitapCommented:
The link below takes you through the steps from beginning to end.  Hope it helps.

http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/Remove-Exchange-server-entire-Exchange-organization.html
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BikkelbinkCommented:
Nico,

The server located in the following location can be deleted without problems:

CN=Configuration, DC=Domain_Name,DC=com
CN=Services
CN=Microsoft Exchange
CN=Your_Organization_Name
CN=Administrative Groups
CN=Your_Administrative_Group_Name
CN=Servers

Are there any other places you see the server?
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Niko6323Author Commented:
BikkelBink and thats without the hardware of the original server exististing ?
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Niko6323Author Commented:
Is there a link to the steps involved ?
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digitapCommented:
those steps referenced by Bikkel may be in the link i provided
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BikkelbinkCommented:
Here is a link to I found:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833396

The link provided by digitap is for completely removing Exchange from your Organization. In this case that is not desired.
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digitapCommented:
@Bikkelbink: You're right...I'll stop talking now...sorry.
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Niko6323Author Commented:
Yes but i dont have the server anymore this will be don with adsi edit i take it >
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BikkelbinkCommented:
You can skip the part for manually uninstall/remove Exchange.
Just take a look at the AdsiEdit part. This will be sufficient in your case....
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