- Currently undergoing a migration from SBS 2007 to SBS 2011
- After several attempts of running the migration process, the sever installation process concludes with exchange installation failure....
- We kept checking the logs to rectify the issue...
- The last install we did had no errors in the logs (See Attached) but still managed to fail...
( This unfortunately has been an amateur approach)
- This has all been done in a Virtual Environment
- Even though the exchange installation process has failed, Exchange is still accessible and is connected to the domain as an AD - so there might be something to work with here..
that we have - because of all these the failed attempts we have a number of servers that being picked up by the Exchange EMC
- All servers were removed via DCPROMO
- Deleted from AD (As Computers)
- All records removed from DNS and DHCP
But they still appear in the EXCHANGE EMC...???
I have tried to look this up - there was suggestions to remove it from ADSIEDIT.MSC but i couldn't find anything... I am guessing because this is an SBS that it would act a little different to STD.
If anyone could guide me please, in how i could go about removing the non-existent servers from the exchange environment - would be much appreciated...