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removing CN=First Administrative Group using ADSI Edit after exchange 07 uninstall

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Hi,

We have recently migrated all users from exchange 07 to 13 and have decomissioned/uninstalled the Exchange 07 server, I was wondering if its safe to remove that CN=First Administrative Group using ADSI Edit? its just when we try to upgrade office365 to Outlook 2016 we are getting the Warning about not being able to access  the Mailbox
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How you removed exchange 2007? Using ADSIEDIT? I will be careful while removing it. Share the error screenshot.
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Hi Amit, no we actually uninstalled it via add/remove programs, I have attached a screenshot
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Hi Amit, the server has been removed from the domain, the only entries I see that point to this are the ones in ADSIEDIT
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Are you having issue with that entry in ADSI?

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