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EXBPA error for exchange 2010

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I have windows 2008 standard 64 bit  running Exchange 2010. I ran the EXBPA on my Exchange server and got "Unrecognized Exchange signature" error.When I go to how to resolve this error it says I have to run DomainPrep on my AD. I did this when I first installed. Do I have to do it again or did i miss something in the install process?
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by:Akhater
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do not worry a about it, it is a bug in the ExBPA that is still not fully compatible with exchange 2010
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I downloaded and ran the setup.exe  and got these errors. It complained about a missing file amoung other things. It tells me to download on the server or run setup on a Domain Controller.
New-Text-Document.txt
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this is a totally different question but yes Exchange SP1 requires some prerequisites

you will need to download and install all the paches that are reported missing in addition to running

ServerManagerCmd -i RSAT-ADDS

on your exchange server
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Ok. Thanks for the info.
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