How to add exchange system manager to another server

I want to add exchange system manager to another server but am not sure how.  I run Exchange SBS 2003 but want to add ESM to a Windows 2003 Standard Server.  Not sure how to do that!
tstech248Asked:
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HighTechGeekConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I believe that if you browse CD 2 of the SBS disks and browse to the Exchange Setup, you can initiate the installation and then uncheck the Exchange Server
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debuggerauCommented:
Just install the administration tools from the exchange CD...

More information here:
http://searchexchange.techtarget.com/tip/1,289483,sid43_gci1032617,00.html

special parts for you:
# To install the Exchange System Manager, insert your Exchange Server 2003 installation CD, navigate to the I386 folder, and run Setup. This will launch the Microsoft Exchange Installation Wizard.

# Follow the wizard's prompts until you reach the screen where you are asked which components you wish to install.

# Assign the Custom option to the Microsoft Exchange component and the Install action to the Microsoft Exchange System Management Tools component.

# Click Next twice. The Exchange System Manager will now be installed.
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kieran_bCommented:
Make sure you also install the exchange service pack afterwards
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tstech248Author Commented:
Will that allow me to connect to the exchange server over the network?
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kieran_bCommented:
Once you have the ESM installed as detailed above, yes.
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tstech248Author Commented:
Also I am running SBS 2003 so I do not have a seperate Exchange 2003 disk!
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tstech248Author Commented:
How do I run the setup if all I have are SBS 2003 disks?
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kieran_bCommented:
That was mentioned above, Disk 2 is the Exchange disk
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Feroz AhmedSenior Network EngineerCommented:
Hi,
You can do so but for this you should have in depth knowledge in Exchange server all the above answers are wrong as per my knowledge ,as i have done it in real scenario here is the solution for question.

TO do so on your exchange server manager ,first right click on your Exchange Server Manager and goto properties it will not show security page for you so in order to show security page on your exchange server manager ,goto your registry settings here is the path :
HKCU---SW---MS---Exchangeserver----on the right hand side create a new Dword value and name it as ShowSecurityPage  and assign it a value of 1 speciiify without space keep this in mind and reboot your system ,once you are done now open exchange server manager and right click goto properties now the securitypage is visible from where you can assign another user or Domain to access Exchange Server Manager and assign that particular domain or user admin rights once you are done with it goto another domain or user account and check for your self you can now able to access Exchange Server Manager with all admin rights where you can create new acccount and Public Folders and accounts full access you will gain to Exchange Server Manager.
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kieran_bCommented:
Yikes, first, that is a HUGE security violation, and would indicate you have subadmins logging onto the server.  Second, how does that solve the problem of wanting ESM installed on the local workstation?
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