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Help - Install Exchange 2007 Management Tools on WIndows 7 x64?

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Hi,

I have windows 7 enterprise x64 and need to install the 2007 exchange tools on it. When running setup on the sp2 version of exchange i get an error about not being supported. Does anyone know how to do this. I've seen it installed before.

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Change the application compatibility to Windows Vista SP1 in the properties of the installer and try again.
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thanks, what about vista sp2 comp, does that not work?
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vista sp2 compatibility also works for you.
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