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I want to remove Exchange 2007 from one server because I want to upgrade it to Windows 2008R2 from Windows 2003R2. When I try to remove Exchange it says that I still have Default Public Folders. I want to move the Default Public Folders to my other Exchange Server. Whats the best practice?

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Read this on technet : http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb331970(EXCHG.80).aspx

You have to add a replica on the 2nd server before; wait for replication. After, you will be able to remove public folder on your first server.
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It seems that I'm not able to run the command from the Management shell
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