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Steps for prerequisites before installing exch 2007 on srv 2008R2

Does anyone have a good document showing me the steps to install all of the prerequisites for Exchange 2007 on Win server 2008 R2?
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
servermanagercmd.exe -ip Exchange-All.xml

Exchange-All.xml is in the Scripts directory of the installation media, I believe.

Even though it'll tell you that servermanagercmd is deprecated, it'll do exactly what you want.
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chakrikollaCommented:
servermanagercmd.exe -ip Exchange-All.xml

Exchange-All.xml is in the Scripts directory of the installation media, I believe.

Even though it'll tell you that servermanagercmd is deprecated, it'll do exactly what you want.
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chakrikollaCommented:
servermanagercmd.exe -ip Exchange-All.xml

Exchange-All.xml is in the Scripts directory of the installation media, I believe.

Even though it'll tell you that servermanagercmd is deprecated, it'll do exactly what you want.
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
Why are you copying my solution posts?
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GSchaffer233Commented:
So I run "servermanagercmd.exe -ip Exchange-All.xml" and it tells that

"ArgumentNotValid: Feature not valid: 'PowerShell'. The name of the feature was not found"

Powershell is installed on the server, what gives?
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Michael B. SmithExchange & Active Directory ExpertCommented:
I'm guessing that you've pre-installed PowerShell 2.0. You need to install Exchange 2007 BEFORE you installed PowerShell 2.0. Remove it, and run the servermanagercmd again.
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