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Delete Orphaned Exchange 2010 Mailbox server

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We have a mailbox role server that wasn't in use and the entire server crapped out. Is there to delete the AD objects for this server and remove it from the Exchange 2010 org?
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Do I just go to ADSET edit and nuke the dead server from Configuration --> Services --> Exchange --> org --> CN=Servers

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That is exactly what you do.  I have already answer the question twice in this past month for others hehe :)

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Solution was in my comment
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