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Where can I get the latest RMTSHARE.EXE for Windows Server 2003?

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Where can I get the latest RMTSHARE.EXE for Windows Server 2003?
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Microsoft has placed the RMTShare.exe program on their FTP site at

ftp://ftp.microsoft.com/bussys/winnt/winnt-public/reskit/nt40/i386/RMTSHAR.EXE

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I hope this is the latest version. The one we have does not perform certain operations. It does on Windows 2000 but not on Windows 2003
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