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Copying ADUC exchange tools running  on my laptop to Exchange server 2003 ent edition

Posted on 2006-11-12
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Hi all
Is it possible to copy ADUC exchange tools running on my laptop (with XP professional as the OS) to my exhange server 2003 ent edition (running on server 2003 ent edition), the reason I want to check it because my active directory icon on the exchange server when I click and go to any users properties it shuts down.  If it is possible how can I do it?
Help plz
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G'day mate

Do you have the install CD for Exchange 2003?  Just reintstall the ADmin Tools on the Server that is experiancing the issue rather than trying to copy components.

Info from the master http://www.amset.info/exchange/tools-prereq.asp

Rob
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You can copy your ADUC on the XP machine to the exchange server.

Also, read the link below
http://www.experts-exchange.com/Networking/Email_Groupware/Exchange_Server/Q_22049488.html

cheers!
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by:amanzoor
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Robjeeves:
Thanks I will try it today.

ikm7176:
The reference post was mine also and if you read closely there is no link/suggestion to how aduc tools are copied over from other machines to exchange server 2003.  I asked a new question as the problem in my previous post was expanding to more than a question.
Thanks
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"C:\WINDOWS\SYSTEM32\DSA.MSC" is the location for ADUC.

Hope this helps you.
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Thanks Ikm7176
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