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Exchange 2013 installation - Readiness check - Exchange 2003 found

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Hi,

During the readiness check of a Exchange 2013 installation, it found an old Exchange 2003 installation, which doesn't exist any more.

I've run Get-ExchangeServer on the existing Exchange 2010 installation, and it shows an old installation.

Then I run Get-ExchangeServer #OLDSERVER# | fl DistinguishedName and it shows me the path in ADSIedit. Should I just remove this path and move on, our is there some other things I should remove as well?
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by:Sum Wum
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I forgot to mention that the old server hasn't got any serverroles attached to it, when I run the Get-ExchangeServer cmdlet.
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Hi,

You can find Guideline to install Exchange 2013 installation - Readiness check.

Click here : http://tinyurl.com/oovtmsz
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