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I recently used demazter great article to do a migration but I made one mistake;

This is a great article. I have one question. I used this method recently but made one mistake, I forgot to uninstall exchange 2003 before I moved the FSMO roles and demoted the sbs 2003

I do have backups, but is there a simple way to remove the "leftover's" from AD using ADSI edit?

There are no issues -yet and I removed the connectors.

-Thanks

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Is the exchange server showing up in the exchange 2010 org as a server?  If not yes you can adsi out all entries for that server.
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Do you still have a workstation with the Exchange 2003 management tools on it? You may be able to run them (it queries AD) and delete the old Exchange server object from within that tool.
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