I need to remove a nonexistent Exchange server

I have two exchange server listed, WoodenEX1 and WoodenEXDR.  WoodenEXDR has not been around for a long time and I don't know what happened or why it didn't get removed.  I could have just blew the machine away for all I know.

How do I remove WoodenEXDR from the Exchange server list without messing up my production Exchange server WoodenEX1?
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Will SzymkowskiSenior Solution ArchitectCommented:
If the Exchange Server has been completely removed from AD and you have no other way to restore this server then you are going to have to use ADSIEdit.msc to remove the old Exchange Server Objects. Follow the

Remove Exchange Using ADSIEdit.msc
http://seneej.com/2013/08/08/remove-orphaned-exchange-2007-server-from-the-infrastructure/

Remember this method is used as a last resort.

Will.
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