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Can I remove a broken install of Exchange 2010 it coexisits with a 2007 server

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Is it OK to remove using add remove programs a new insatalltion of Exchange 2010, I have a working Exhcange 2007 that is coexsiting with this installation that I don't want to affect.

The Exchange 2010 install is not working and I want to start from scratch.
I'm worried it may remove AD components I need for my exchange 2007 server ???
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no, an uninstall of exchange 2010 will only remove the exchange 2010 objects from active directory and the bits

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