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When users log into our 2003 Remote Web Workplace and they use the selection "Connect to client computer"
They get a computers list. This list has many old computers that are no longer on our network. How can I clean this up?
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by:markusdamenous
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Have you checked in Active Directory as to whether these computers have been deleted from there or not?

In SBS 2003, Server Manager, Client Computers.
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by:jsarinana
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They are still there, when I go to delete them I get a statement
"Mark each selected Exchange mailbox for deletion" is this just a generic statement?
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by:markusdamenous
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I wouldnt expect you to see that message when deleting computer accounts, only user accounts.  Are you definately looking at and reporting upon computer accounts?
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Thanks markusdomen,
Can you send me steps to get to the area you are referring to? just to make such.

Thanks
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So in the Server Manager Console
Find the Client Computers option on the left hand menu.

From here, right click and choose Remove/Delete on any computers that are no longer in use on your network.

Sorry for the delay in answering!
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