Failing over to an exchange server replica (or export), and then failing back, led to a network SID error (backup solution was VEEAM), and the server had to be removed from the domain, and then added back in.
Is this 'safe'? Are there any possible AD problems than can arise with Exchange?
Just asking because Exchange seems in particular to be very picky about things that perhaps other servers don't seem to care about.
It depends on the version of Exchange. For 2000/2003 the base configuration object is the server and you may have some AD cleanup you'll have to do to keep things stable. For 2010/2013 the base configuration
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