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Exchange 2010 DAG - Move active copy and delete passive database copies

I currently have a DAG composed of three mailbox servers where each one hosts a copy of the databases.
What is the recommended approach to bring all the active copies on a single server, delete the passive copies and the other DAG members ?

In other words I need to end up with a single node DAG (the databases will be later moved on other servers).

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Vick Vega

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Since I need to centralize all the active copies on a single server, and delete the passive copies, can I use (for some time before moving out to a new system) a DAG made of a single server ? Or I need to delete the DAG too ?
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