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Unified Messaging and Exchange 2013

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I am running an on-premises Exchange 2013 Std server and have no need for the Unified Messaging service.

Is it possible to remove this service from the server completely (without a full reinstall), or would it be best to simply stop the service from running in Services?

Thanks,
robb
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djsharma earned 500 total points
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You can't remove the UM role,you can stop the UM service.
Check the service dependency on UM .
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Yes, I had finally taken that action. This came about as a result of running the BPA, and seeing errors generated by the UM Service, probably because I had not set it up, or even enabled it.

Thanks for your quick reply.
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