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Uninstalling Unity and Muslies

Does the Unity 2.46 uninstall from Answer monkey work in a Muslies envirnoment? The situation is the customer would like to uninstall one non-working Unity server in their exchange site without effecting the other working Unity server. They have two Unity servers in the same exchange 5.5 site but one of them became corrupt when it was powered off suddendly (no ups!). What would be the best way to remove a Unity server in this situation?<br><br>

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Re: Uninstalling Unity and Muslies

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Does the Unity 2.46 uninstall from Answer monkey work in a Muslies envirnoment? The situation is the customer would like to uninstall one non-working Unity server in their exchange site without effecting the other working Unity server.


Blatantly plagerized from the answermonkey.net web site:
This tool will remove all Unity related files from the hard drive, registry and Exchange directory. After running this you should be able to reboot and install a clean version of Unity with no worries about any conflicts with existing files. It will not touch items in the Exchange directory associated with other Unity servers that may be installed into the same Exchange site.

...and from the Uninstaller download page:
All Unity subscribers associated with the Unity server the tool is run on have their Unity specific data removed from them. This doesn't have any affect on their normal mail user properties in Exchange, only the Unity specific extensions are removed. High level items that are not Unity specific such as the recorded voice name are left in tact. Only Subscribers associated with the local Unity server will have their Unity specific properties removed so if you have multiple Unity servers installed into the same Exchange site, the uninstall should not affect users associated with the other systems.

You should be ok as long as you run the uninstall from the server you want to get rid of.

Scott Morgan
Cisco Systems TAC

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