Personally, I would delete it from ccmadmin on the publisher, give it a couple of minutes to get it out of the system, and be done with it. CallManager doesn't use the registry too much, but you may want to go into SQL Enterprise Manager and make sure that the replication was removed correctly.
I agree that would work normally. However the subscriber had been blown away when I tried to delete the server I got an error stating the follwing Applications were running on that server. Here is what you need to do to remove the services and THEN you can delete the server from callmanager (Publisher).
On the publisher do the following;
1.delete software Conference Bridge associated with the server.
2.delete software MTP associated with the server.
3.delete MOH server associated with the server.
4.goto service parameters, select the server to delete, and
5.delete the CTI Manager service.
6.delete the TCD service.
7.delete the extension mobility service.
8.delete the TFTP service.
9.delete the IP Voice Media Streaming App.
10.delete the MOH Translation Service.
11.delete the RISC data collector.
12.go to the System>>Callmanager group, remove the server from group
13.go to the System>>Callmanager, delete the server
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