Exch2016 still coexsistence

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after the upgrade from EXCH 2013 to EXCH 2016 I have unistalled the old EXCH.

Now when I check the cmd ->
get-exchangeserver

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I get this output:

[PS] C:\Windows\system32>Get-ExchangeServer

Name                Site                 ServerRole  Edition     AdminDisplayVersion
----                ----                 ----------  -------     -------------------
EXCHANGE          dom.co.de/Configu... Mailbox     Coexistence Version 15.1 (Bu...


[PS] C:\Windows\system32>

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Why it is still Edition -> Coexsistence ?
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Saif ShaikhServer engineer

Commented:
As per the above command it shows only one exchange server which is 15.1 i.e. exchange 2016 server named EXCHANGE          

If it would have it would have listed second server i.e. 2013 server with 15.0 entry.

So there is only one exchange 2016 server now and there is no old server as per the output.
Eprs_AdminSystem Architect

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Commented:
Yes. But why is the mode -> Coexsistence ?
Eprs_AdminSystem Architect

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Commented:
I mean the edition.
Is it possible to change the edition later on ?
Saif ShaikhServer engineer

Commented:
Yes I see that now.

Try to force the replication.

From DC run command: repadmin /syncall /AdeP
Saif ShaikhServer engineer

Commented:
It will not have any impact may be after the replication it might get removed since old server is not more in the environment.

But this is new for us that we see this behavior in your case.
Eprs_AdminSystem Architect

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Commented:
do I need to reboot the server ?
Server engineer
Commented:
yes you can and see what happens.
Eprs_AdminSystem Architect

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Commented:
ok, will check this later.
Eprs_AdminSystem Architect

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done by reboot.

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