Removing Exchange 2010

Posted on 2012-09-13
Last Modified: 2012-09-13
We have a small Windows network that has Exchange 2003 server has our e-mail server.  We got a new server not too long ago and we installed Exchange 2010 on another server thinking we were going to switch to that one.  
It eventually became a file server and we will be now getting a brand new server that will eventually be our new Exchange 2010 server.  
My question is do we just uninstall Exchange 2010 from the file server and it will remove from Exchange Systems Manager as well or there are other configurations we have to do as well to remove Exchange 2010 so that the network and the Exchange 2003 server do not see it anymore?
Question by:regsamp
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    Accepted Solution

    You don't need worry about it - simply run the uninstall Exchange from the box and rest would be taken care of.

    I'm hoping you can Google uninstall links for Exchange, if not please let me know and i can search out for you.


    Author Comment

    Do I just do the uninstall from Add/Remove programs?
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    Expert Comment

    Yes sir, that simple.


    Author Comment

    Okay, I will do that and then it should just flush out of the Exchange Manager on the other system and from being seen on the network?

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