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Removed Exchange Server 2003 showing in EXBPA on Exchange 2007 server

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Hi Guys,
We've got an Exchange Server 2007 server that is having a few issues. I've ran a Best Practice Analyer report and it's picking up an old Exchange 2003 server under the first administrative group and so looks like it wasn't removed successfully previously.
I've had a look through AD but can't see it anywhere nor can i see it in the Exchange 2007 server.
Is there anything i can do to remove this or make sure it's not part of the problem.
Also further into the test it's showing the Exchange 2003 server as a routing group master if this helps.
Thanks
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run the Get-ExchangeServer cmdlet from the shell
if there is an old Exchange 2003 server it will be listed with Site bland and ServerRole as None

you'll need to remove this server using ADSIEdit if it has already been decommissioned
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It does indeed.
I've got ADSI Edit up but can't see where it should be to delete off ?
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Configuration - Services - Microsoft Exchange - YourOrgName - Administrative Groups - YourAdminGroup - Servers
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That's worked fine.

Many Thanks
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