Migration issue with ADC

  • From: "Mike Duncan" <mduncan@xxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: "[ExchangeList]" <exchangelist@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Tue, 5 Jul 2005 14:58:01 -0500

Please disregard.  I found a post on the forum about this. 

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        I am to the last step in my Exchange 5.5 to 2003 migration and
have hit a bit of a snag.  I've removed the 5.5 server, replicated the
removal.  No remnants show up.  So I deleted the 2 connection agreements
that I had made.  There is a third connection agreement on the ADC that
is the CONFIC CA_STKNT_THEDUDE agreement.  I'm not sure how this
connector came about, during the install I suppose.  If I'm correct,
this agreement resides on my 2003 server in the Recipient Update Service
container, there are two in there but only one can be deleted.  Is this
the correct assumption on my part, and will I kill anything (except the
need to be in mixed mode) by deleting it?  It cannot be deleted on the
server that is housing the ADC.

        Thanks in advance. 

        Mike Duncan 

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