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Exchange 2010 / 2007 Coexistence.  Removing 2007 objects.

Posted on 2012-04-10
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Our company divested recently and we were unable to remove an Exchange 2007 server cleanly.

Our environment now is 2010 SP1 across the board.  However, there are still references to Server-2007 in Exchange and there is still Exchange12Rocks (routing group).

How can I remove these items cleanly, or should I even attempt this?
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Hendrik Wiese earned 500 total points
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The only way would be to remove it using AdsiEdit. Have a look at the following: Remove Exchange 2007 from AD (manually)

Hope this helps.
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