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uninstalling exchange 2010 (maibox role in dag)

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hello,
i've exchange 2010 in my company divided into 6 servers 3 of them for hub and case role and other 3 servers for mailbox roles and they are in DAG one of the mailbox server not working normally and effect to others i need to uninstall this server and rebuild it and join it to the dag again what is the steps for that?
all of the 6 servers are on win server 2008 R2
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1, Suspend and remove all the database copies located on the non-working server.
2. Remove server as a member of the DAG
3. Uninstall Exchange.
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many thanks peter for your help just one more question what about public folder on this server can i move them to another server?
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