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Exchange 2003 to 2010, 2011 SBS Migration ADC Found

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I am migrating a 2k3 server to a 2011SBS. When I try to install exchange I get the error

"One or more active directory connectors have been found.." However, there is no ADC services running and when I run the 2k3 Exchange cd adc\i386\setup.exe it still shows there is no ADC. I have already removed ADC from adsiedit.msc.

I am somewhat stuck and confused. Please help!
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I think the ADC is also shown in "Site and Services".
Have you checked there?
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It was hiding in the Windows 2000 Server. Some old Orphaned Exchange 5.5 install that I wasn't aware of. Removed it from adsiedit and all green on the exchange!
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Coworker of mine who had this account before me, mentioned that they had exchange 5.5 before 2003. This made me look at the 2k server.
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