I am running Window2000 and Exchange5.5 with SP4. When I run the uninstall program it ask for me to install the ADS.EXE. I have tried to install the one that is with the NT40 uninstall and it complains about the INI file. What do I need to get this uninstalled
Hmmm... it's not letting me bind to the directory using the port number pulled out of the registry (i.e. the one you entered when installing Unity). I've seen this on a couple of sites that have multiple servers where some are using different ports for LDAP. The ADSI interface doesn't seem to handle this smoothly, which is annoying. I need to figure out a way to get around this.
you can ping me at "email@example.com" and we can try to get this one resolved.
If you use the UnityUninstall tool of my web page it will take care of the folder and all the custom attributes off the subscribers etc... the details of what's removed and what's not are covered in the help file (README.HTM) that installs with the tool and is also covered on the tool overview on the web page.
Do you run the uninstall utility on just the Unity server or do you have to run it on every server that the Unity folders have been replicated to? Is downtime required on other servers in the site to perform an uninstall using the utility?
These are the paths to get to each CCX logs through CLI. They may be helpful if you are having issues accessing RTMT or downloading logs through it.
If you want to download them you have to prefix "file get " and you can add one of the options (re...