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Exchange 2010 EMC access

Hi Guys,

After upgrading the exchange 2013, we want to decommision the exchange 2010, but I am not able to access the EMC. It gives an error, the attempt to connect to http://xxxx.xxxxx.central/powershell using kerberos authentication failed. Connecting to remote server failed .....access is denied.

Help required.

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Ajoy Rajan

8/22/2022 - Mon
Gaurav Singh

MS has tool to check tool connections issues. you can download the scritp from technet gallery. this might help to find out the problem. Refer below link

Scott C

Are you at the point where you are ready to totally decommission the old Exchange server?  If so, you don't need to run the EMC, just run a set up and uninstall Exchange.
Scott C

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Scott C

I started with Experts Exchange in 2004 and it's been a mainstay of my professional computing life since. It helped me launch a career as a programmer / Oracle data analyst
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Ajoy Rajan

We are at a stage where the database on the old servers automatically unmounts and we want to decommision the old exchange server.

I wanted to check, if I ask the service provider to delete the whole VM will it make a difference?

I tried to remove database using the exchange 2013 ecp, but I get the error, there are some MailExportRequest. I am not able to delete the old server databases.
Ajoy Rajan

All good. Decommissioned the server gracefully.