I am currently decommissioning old unity servers in customer envt...have done all the 3x versions but have found a 2.46 version which had all users deleted in the SA and then imported into a newer version of Unity as new subscribers. I know Unity 2.x is long gone and out of support but if I run the 2.x uninstall it looks like it will attempt to clean out the mail properties of each user (who are now on a newer version). If this is the case (or if this it not the case, just let me know), should I just pull the server off the network or is there a more graceful way to remove the server once and for all. Thanks.
I guess I should have read the uninstall documentation - but I guess since the users are already gone out of the doh..even if they are on a new unity server, they wouldnt be affected by this tool - but good catch and input, thanks.
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