We recently had a total data loss from a Unity due to a faulty raid drive - so the Unity disappeared from the network. [Unity 3.13/windows 2k AD/exchange2k] The Unity had exchange installed on it and there are other exchange servers on the network. We would just like to verify the proper proceedures for removing all references to the Unity from the network [In AD/Exchange] before reloading a system from scratch. We are up and running now, but would like to research this further in case it ever happens again. Thanks.
Follow the Microsoft recommendations for removing the Exchange server from the Org.
The only Unity data is stamped on the users in AD and the location object in the Unity OU. I can leave the location object if you want and it will not cause an issue. Use the "Remove Subscriber Properties" tool for the Unity user data in AD. You can download it from here:
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