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File Resource Manager missing

Hi All,

Something that could be quite trivial. Ive installed Windows 2003 Standard R2 and am unable to find the File Resource Manager snap in. Everything ive read says "Add/Remove Windows Components and select File Resource Manager under the Management and Monitoring Tools category" but when i go there it doesnt exist. Is this only a feature of Enterprise edition or am i missing something?

Thanks

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Darwinian999Commented:
If you've installed R2 then it should be there. It is on the R2 Std Edition system that I just looked at.
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supernaut76Author Commented:
Ok i used a CD that had R2 on it but maybe i need to confirm that its actually R2 installed. Any idea how i could could confirm that the server is running R2? I havent seen anything on the server that actually says "R2".

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Darwinian999Commented:
Open a command prompt and run WINVER. If you're running R2, the dialog box will show "Version 5.2 R2" and a build number.

An R2 install is done from 2 CD's. The first installs Windows Server 2003 SP1, and the second installs the R2 components.
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supernaut76Author Commented:
Youre right, that was an oversight on my part. Thanks for clearing that up.
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