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How to add exchange tabs to Active directory on XP

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Hey, can someone outline the steps required to do this,
I have an XP sp2 pc with adminpak installed so I can admin the domain, I have a 2003 exchange server running on the domain. I remember at another place I worked the XP workstations had exchange tabs in Active directory when being accessed via admin tools\ad users and computers. ant help much appreciated.
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what that artical describes......

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First install the Windows Server 2003 or Windows 2000 Server Administration Tools (adminpak.msi).
Insert the Exchange 2003 or Exchange 2000 CD-ROM.
Run setup.exe from the CD-ROM's Setup\I386 folder.
At the Welcome screen, click Next.
From the Action drop-down list, select Custom, and from the Microsoft Exchange System Management Tools drop-down list (and, optionally, the Microsoft Exchange 5.5 Administrator drop-down list), select Install.
Click Next repeatedly until you reach the final screen, then click Finish.
If you use the Exchange 2003 CD-ROM, you can install the snap-in from the main introduction screen by selecting "Exchange Deployment Tools" from the Deployment section, then selecting "Install Exchange System Management Tools Only."

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is what I did first and it didnt work so I installed IIS/www, smtp componants before repeating installation (as above) and it worked perfectly so I guess these need to be installed fist.
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