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Retired Exchange servers are not removed

Posted on 2010-11-17
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We have 2 retired Excahgnes servers A&B and are currenlty using C. There are a couple of users that when they logon to their Exchange account, the Exchange server is now pointing to those retired servers. On one of the units under control panel-->User accounts-->Advanced-->manage passwords-->stored User Names and Passwords, the retired exchange servers are there, I remove them and about a week later they come back. How can I remove these retired Exchange servers all together from my domain?
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Use adsiedit to remove the servers from active directory and make sure the dns records are gone as well.  Will post more when I get back in the office
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Please refer the following link

How to remove Exchange Server 2003 from your computer
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/833396
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