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Removing old CAS server from Exchange

Posted on 2014-10-01
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We have an old CAS server showing up when running the "Get-ClientAccessServer" command through the EMS.  The server, however, was decommissioned a while back and is not even part of the client access array. It has also been removed from Active Directory so I am not sure why it is still picking up the server.  How can I get this entry removed?

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-ClientAccessServer

Name
----
EXCAS1
EX14CAS1
EX14CAS2


[PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-ClientAccessArray

Name                Site                 Fqdn                           Members
----                ----                 ----                           -------
mapi.*.edu  Site1                mapi.*.edu             {EX14CAS1, EX14CAS2}
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Sounds like it may have not been properly uninstalled. If the server is already gone, you would need to remove it with ADSI Edit.

Check out this article.
http://blog.dargel.at/2013/09/18/remove-cas-array-with-adsi-edit/
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