Product key wizard

Posted on 2007-11-16
Last Modified: 2011-01-21
Just downloaded the 32bit version of Exchange 2007 so that I may install it on one of my new servers with W2K3 Standard Edition.  Installation went fine, but now I am unable to locate the product key wizard under the Exchange Management Console/Server Configuration.  After searching here, I also tried using the shell to enter the product key, but this did not work either.  Can I use the 64bit key that was supplied to me by my vendor on the 32bit version of the application?  Thank You.
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There is no product key in the 32 bit version. The 32 bit version is not designed for production use. If you are installing this for live use then you need to rebuild the server with Windows 2003 64 bit edition and use 64 media to install Exchange.


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hello i need a product key please ,i have paid now i,m being sent in circles

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