Exchange Analyzer Scope old Mailserver still show up - How do I remove

When i run the Best practice Analyzer for exchange, in the scope I have my curent mail server and then I also stiullhave the old mail server.  I removed it fromour domain over a ywear ago and ithought decomissoned it correctly but after a year i not sure exactly.
Now like tyo reomve it, so that when I run the analyzer it is not found.

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Ihave attached a [print screen of the "Start a new Best Practice scan" so to represent the problem.

Please send suggestions on what can be done to remove this?
Scott JohnstonIT Manager Asked:
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Amit KumarCommented:
Open ADSIEdit.msc
then connect to Configuration partition:

CN-Services -> CN-Microsoft Exchange -> CN-Domain -> CN-Administrative Groups -> CN-First Administrative Group CN-> Servers

if this is your old server available then delete it from there. YOu can follow this guide
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Scott JohnstonIT Manager Author Commented:
I did not have any respones the first day, I will review your suggestion and followup.
Thank you
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Scott JohnstonIT Manager Author Commented:
It worked, can this casued any netwrok communication issues with my current mail server?
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Amit KumarCommented:
if that server is not in production then it will not. as you already stated that you have removed that server from your domain. Hope you saw the correct old e-mail server. I think server name is BIOMAIL which is old one.
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Scott JohnstonIT Manager Author Commented:
I have the right old server but now Ihave removed the conection toour public folders?  Inot sure why this would happen.  I pretty sure the database for public folders is still on the server.  I think I going to need to reconnect the database, can you please advise?
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Amit KumarCommented:
Now you can't connect old server again as you have deleted it, but you mentioned that you removed that server from infra, so why your public folder was connected to that one. are they in use or just their?
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Amit KumarCommented:
you can try this article to configure Public folder replica if you have migrated your public folder on Exchange 2010.
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