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Exchange 2010 Routing Groups after Swing Migration SBS2003 - SBS2011

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Hi All.

Our client has an SBS2011 network with Exchange 2010.

We have noticed that there is a routing group - Server01 - Server02.

Server01 if the current SBS2011 server and Server02 no longer exists on the network.

Is it Ok to leave it as this configuration or is it having any sort of detrimental effect and should it be removed at all?

Thank you
Regards
Andy
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It should have been removed as part of the process to uninstall the old server. That would tend to suggest the old server wasn't removed correctly.

get-routinggroupconnector | remove-routinggroupconnector

That will remove it for you.

Simon.
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Hi Simon

Thank you for that.

Just want to double check - if I remove it, it won't cause any ill effect.

Also - is it have any ill effect by having it there?

Thanks Again
Andy
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It was purely for communication between Exchange 2003 and the later version. It is completely redundant now the server has been removed so should be deleted.
As I wrote, if the decommissioning of the old server had been done completely they would have had to be removed.

Simon.
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