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Decommission/Uninstall/Delete BES Express 5.0.1

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I have completed a move of all my users from BES Express (on Exchange hardware) to BES Express (on dedicated hardware). My question is how to go about Decommissioning/Uninstalling/Deleting the old BES Express with no user on it ?

The two BES servers share one remote SQL instance & one BES service account.

Do I have to delete all instances of the old sever from BES Admin first, then uninstall ? Or can I just uninstall through add/remove programs ?

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