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Q307917 is wrong ... why? Remove 1st Server

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Q307917 is wrong ... why? Remove 1st Server - 3.Aug.2002 9:11:00 PM   
williamolson

 

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I am trying to remove my 1st Exchange server.

If you look at the Q-article referenced, you will find that step 1.C. is wrong. You are instructed to click on the site replication tab and click Add. When I go into ESM, select Administrative Groups, expand MyExchange server, expand First Storage Group, right-click on the Public store (MyExchange) and chose properties...I do not find an Add button under the replication tab.

Did I miss something?

Thanks in advance.

William
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RE: Q307917 is wrong ... why? Remove 1st Server - 12.Aug.2002 10:24:00 PM   
DaDougInc

 

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1a states to go to the Public Folders - not Public Folder store.

1a) Exchange System Manager
- Administrative Groups (AG)
- Expand your AG
- Expand Folders
- Expand Public Folders
1b) Select the folder underneath Public Folders (or all of them as these are the Top Level), go to properties
1c) Go to the replication tab

That should work for you!

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