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Prerequisite Analysis problem in exchange 2013

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Hi All

         I have a window server 2008 R2 (this is a member server)  before i had installed exchange 2013 on this server, for some reason i had uinstalled the exchange 2013 on this server, and next i followed below link to complete remove the exchange 2013 by using adsiedit,

http://blog.dargel.at/2012/11/20/complete-remove-exchange-2013-using-adsiedit/

after i did all the steps from above link, i started to install exchange 2013 again on the same server , and i get this message, any idea how to fix it ?  Thx for help  !

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I'm wondering about the messages about the membership to the Exchange roles.
Then about the domain / forest functional level..
And the last one about the AD, which can not be found.
It look slike that something is left over.

Check first:

Check if the Exchange Security Groups are still there.
Make sure, your domain functional level as well as the forest functional level is at least WIn 2003 or higher. Just check it (should be as you installed before).

Double check, if you really removed all the part, described in the article to referenced too.

To install, you need Org-Admin membership as well as Schema_Admin (as /PrepareAD command line is used). You may try to run the Setup / PrepareAD from a DC.

Make sure that your AD changes are replicated (if more than one DC) and check, if there are AD related errors on the DC.

Have you read the links, which are associated with the errors?
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