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SBS 2003 to 2011 Migration - Old Administrative Group showing in BPA

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We have migrated a client's server from SBS 2003 to 2011 and everything seemed to have gone well. The only issue we are now experiencing is that the Outlook 2003 clients are logging large amounts of sync issues and display the error 0x8004010f when a user hits send and receive.
According to the Exchange BPA the old administrative group is still showing suggesting that the replication from the old server was never removed, which I am pretty sure it is. Unfortunately the old server is now no longer available.
Can anyone tell me how to remove the replication from the new server if that is indeed the problem. Thanks!
There was an issue with the Offline Address List on the new server which the BPA flagged up and is now resolved.
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Question by:jmartinscotland
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by:mldtech
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Hi jmartinscotland,

The problem occured because you, probably, use user's profiles, without changes after the Migration!
You have just to follow this steps :
1. Delete from "Favorites" all your public folders
2. Uncheck all selections from Outlook2010\File\options\advanced\Send/Receive\Edit\UserAccount\Folder Options
3. Uncheck "Include the selected account..." from the same tab.
4. Exit/Open Outlook
5. Check "Include the selected account..." from the same tab.
6. Set as "Favorites" your desired public folders
7. Select the folders you need from Outlook2010\File\\options\advanced\Send/Receive\Edit\UserAccount\Folder Options
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libran2011 earned 2000 total points
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it seems that you have not removed exchange before taking your SBS 2003 out of the Domain!

Now to remove Old Excahnge Instance from SBS 2011 you can use ADSIEDIT.MSC to remove your exchange Attributes


you can check the following blog probably this should solve your issue

http://blog.mpecsinc.ca/2011/07/sbs-2003-to-sbs-2011-migration-exchange.html 
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by:jmartinscotland
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Thanks for the replies.

I think libran2011 is right, however after following through the instructions in your link nothing has changed. After running the command I didn't even get a confirmation, it simply went to a new line at the prompt.
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