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Exchange System Manager with XP SP2

Posted on 2004-10-11
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Hi'

I'm creating a desktop image with XP with a view to using XP SP2.

I have created the image with out SP2 and Exchange System Manager works ok. I can expand the public folders from Organization\ Administrative tasks\site\folders\public folders.

When I update to SP2, I no longer can do this. Is there a fix for this?

The Adminpak is 2003; the server is exchange 2000 with windows 2000. I do have Exchange Enterprise and Domain Admin group’s rights.

Cheers.
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The fix would be to re-install the service pack for exchange on your xp machine, make sure it is the same level as the server.
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Have Exchange 2000 Server SP3.

I ran SP3 on my client and this worked perfectly.

Many Thanks

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Further on from that, I now cannot use the messge tracking facility within Exchnage System Manager.

Any ideas
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