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Posted on 2013-01-27
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We have a server that holds a gold copy of the PF's and the database is 89GB, now i have heard we need to move replicas or we wont be able to uninstall Exchange, can someone please share their thoughts or best way forward
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Are you moving to another\new Exchnage 2003 if so then you should as users would be using it .... if you have moved to a new enviornment you can simply Uninstall as during the uninstall PF replica would be removed if you have Exchange 2003 SP2 :)

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