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Can't delete MS System Center Service Manager 2012 MSX connector

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I have an install of Service Manger that is an upgrade from 2010.  (The server is 2008 R2 patched to the latest and SCSM is SP1)  I have an Exchange Inbox Connector that I can't edit, disable or delete.  I would like to be able to remove this instance and replace it with the 3.0 Exchange Connector instead but it won't let me do it.  Is there a trick to this?
 

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Please check if this helps

Deleting an Orphaned Exchange Connector
http://blogs.technet.com/b/servicemanager/archive/2011/08/30/deleting-an-orphaned-exchange-connector.aspx

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That got me going in the right direction:

$cmp = Get-SCSMClass -name Microsoft.SystemCenter.Connector
Get-SCSMClassInstance -class $cmp|format-Table PrincipalName,DisplayName
Get-SCSMClassInstance -class $cmp -Filter 'DisplayName -like "Company Exchange%"'
Get-SCSMClassInstance -class $cmp -Filter 'DisplayName -like "Servername%"'

After that it was just a matter of piping the output into a remove- command
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