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I have inherited a client running Exchange 2003 SP2 on Windows 2003 (server 1) and Exchange 2003 SP2 on Windows 2000 (server 2).  When I open up ESM, it looks like the version from Exchange 2000.  I am pretty certain that Exchange 2003 was upgraded from Exchange 2000.  How can I get the Exchange 2003 ESM to run?
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>>When I open up ESM..
Open EMS on client side (desktop) ? If true, have you also upgraded EMS 2003 on client side

>>How can I get the Exchange 2003 ESM to run?
Run Exchange 2003 installation disc
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Can you clarify what you mean by client side (desktop)?  I'm referring to the Exchange System Manager.
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>>by client side (desktop)?  
Because we are able to install ESM (console) on desktop for Exchange remote control...

>> I'm referring to the Exchange System Manager.
One more, have you also upgraded ESM during Exchange migration ?
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Select ESM upgrade components during Exchange migration ?

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http://www.experts-exchange.com/Software/Server_Software/Email_Servers/Exchange/Q_22135866.html
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After I reinstalled the ESM components from the Exchange 2003 disk, I had to right click on the Exchange server organization and then left click on Properties.  Under Administrative Views, I unchecked the boxes for Display Routing Groups and Display Administrative Groups.  It now looks like the Exchange 2003 ESM that I am accustomed to.
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