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Uninstall after migration...not possible? - 8.Sep.2005 3:38:21 PM   


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Hi everyone,

This is our first post here...so let me know any secrets i may need to know.

Here's the situation - server a (win2000 server standard w/exchange 2000) - was migrated over to server b (win2003 server standard w/exchange 2003) All accounts, etc changed over fine. We are now attempting to de-commission the old box and take it temporarily out of the picture. We are going to to a dcpromo on it, but before that we are going to uninstall exchange 2000. Exchange is turned off on the old box and has been for a week or so... therefore everyone is working fine off of the new box. After getting ready to do the uninstall, i put the disc in and go to the drop down box next to exchange 2000, and it gives me one option - "none". Why is this?

For some reason, next to "exchange 2000" it says - Ver 7.0, but next to the rest of the items below it says ver 6.0... could this have something to do with it?

Please help.

i have attempted to use the following articles with no luck:
www.msexchange.org/tutorials/ Migrating-Exchange2000-Exchange-2003-Hardware.html

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