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Get an error while running exdeploy.exe

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We are in the first phase of moving from Exchange 5.5 to 2003. I have tried to run the exdeploy.exe to determine if the site is ready to begin the exchange 2003 setup.

I received this error

error: Could not connect to the Exchange 5.5 server 'servername'. Tools that require an exchange 5.5 server will not run.

The server is LDAP 389 and it is the only exchange server that has been in this site.

Any ideas why it will not see the Ex5.5 server?
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Hi steverib,
Have you enabled LDAP protocol in Exchange 5.5 management tool under protocols?

Cheers!
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by:steverib
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Nope, Looked right at it a hundred times but never looked close enough.

Thanks
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