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Exchange 2007: decommissioning secondary hub transport server

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I had an old server (FAX3) configured with the hub transport role in addition to the main hub transport server. The server hardware failed and now I need to remove traces of it from the exchange organization. Is there a special procedure to follow or I just need to remove FAX3 from Active Directory?
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Question by:George Kesler
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Correct since the box is dead you only need to remove it from AD via ADSIedit and you will be good.
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