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Exchange tabs not available in the Active Directory

Hello,

I am running a Windows 2000 Exchange Server.
On this server I manage the domain users and computers and the user's exchange mailboxes, from the active directory.
I have a personal XP machine, on which I have installed the Active Directory Administrative Tools.
I would like to manage the user's exchange properties from my machine as well, but none of the exchange tabs appear in their properties when I run the AD on my machine.
Can you tell me what I need to install on my machine to get this working?

Many thanks
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gjirvine3000
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EmptyoneCommented:
You need to install System Manager from the Exchange Server Setup
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gjirvine3000Author Commented:
Hello emptyone

where would I find the exchange server setup?

thanks
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jaguarpriestCommented:
from your Original Exch Server CD>
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run the setup on your workstation and select only the Exchange system Manager portion.



Jaguar

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SembeeCommented:
Run setup.exe from the Exchange CD.
There are some other requirements depending on the OS that you are installing the tools on to:
http://www.amset.info/exchange/tools-prereq.asp

Simon.
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ikm7176Commented:
if you are installing the E2k ESM on windows XP you need to run the following patch

http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=674A4834-023D-4AA0-BE6B-0ED7C3EBEC3D&displaylang=en

Read the related document
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