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Get rid of Exchange 2003 server after migration to 2010

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What final steps do I need to perform to get rid of the 2003 server that was successfully migrated to our new 2010 server?  I don't see any references to it, unless I run the best practices analyzer which shows 2 servers and 2 administration groups.  The old server is powered off, but I have had a couple of weird things happen that make me think it would be good to remove all references to it from the 2010 server.

I'll be doing another migration at a separate office in a couple of weeks, would like to do it as seamlessly as possible.  Any help that someone can provide would be greatly appreciated.
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Thanks for the help, exactly what I was looking for.
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