How to manually remove Microsoft Exchange System Management Tools

Posted on 2005-04-05
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Last Modified: 2013-12-03
When trying to administer an Exchange 2003 server (from Windows XP) I have run into problems when creating new mailboxes (5.5 to 2003 upgrade).  The server is available and displays the appropriate Storage Group, but there are no mailbox stores to choose from in the pull down menu.  Also receiving LDAP Provider errors 80072030.

Could somebody point me to an article that explains how to manually remove the Exchange System Management tools from xp (as well as manually removing the 2003 admin pack).  Or could this be a permissions issue?


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is your xp machine on the same sevice pack as the server.... if not update
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exchange service pack i mean

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Yes, both are at the latest service pack...

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