We mainly run a 2003 orientated environment. Soon we will be moving towards a clean slate of 2008 EBS. My main concern is the AD/network legacy that has accumulated over the years will be difficult to remove.
Running the Windows Essential Business Server Preparation tool it gives me errors about stale Exchange objects in AD. What would be the best/safest way to remove these stale objects and any other out dated objects that would cause problems to implementing Essential Business Services 2008?
Or more broadly, what are some effective methods for keeping AD clean and tidy? (I guess with respects of upgrading to 2008 from 2003)
I know about the dsquery command for AD, if this could be used to remove stale exchange objects that would be helpful too.
Thanks in advance.