I have a Personal Assistant 1.4(4) server that is being decomissioned due to a CM6 upgrade.
(Personal Assistant is a seperate server EOL product not compatible with CM5.x onwards)
It says in the release notes for this version of PA that "Personal Assistant does not provide a program for uninstalling the software". Are there any manual steps required for cleaning up / removing any Active Directory configuration ? I am obviously not concerned about an uninstall on the server itself - that will get trashed, but I thought there was Personal Assistant specific content in Active Directory. Can anyone confirm ?
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