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Exchange 2000 Routing Group Connectors

Posted on 2010-08-26
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This message in the Exchange shell when running

I am migrating from Exchange 2000 to Exchange 2010.  I had to install an exchange 2007 server as a transition server.  After I completed moving all of the mailboxes to the 2007 Exchange server i uninstalled exchange 2000 from both servers.  Down graded them from DC's. and removed them from the domain.  Now I am trying to remove the 2007 exchange server and I am getting errors that there are still routing group connectors.
When I run the command below I get the following errors.  This is a sample.  How do I clean up the left overs.

Get-RoutingGroupConnector

WARNING: Object Interop RGC has been corrupted and it is in an inconsistent
state. The following validation errors have been encountered:
WARNING: TargetTransportServerVsis is mandatory.
WARNING: TargetTransportServerVsis is mandatory.
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endital1097 earned 500 total points
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If you no longer have any Ex2000 servers you should be able to run
Get-RoutingGroupConnector | Remove-RoutingGroupConnector
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Worked perfictly first time.  Thanks
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