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I am trying to utilize the configure your server wizard on either my windows 7 pro 64-bit machine, or my windows xp sp2 machine. However, I do not have the option available in my administrative tools, nor do I have the cys.exe file available in either of the systemroot/system32 folders.

How can I go about getting this wizard installed? I have tried searching the web for a downloadable file and cannot find one. Is this even possible for either of the OSs that I am trying to use?

Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance!
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The hint really is in the program's name "configure your SERVER"....not "configure your WORKSTATION" !! :)

What are you actually trying to achive, as there may be an alternate way to approach this  ?  

Thanks, DB... I appreciate the reply without sarcasm. For that alone I will apply all points to you.
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