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Exchange 2007 server with problems

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I am working on a new Exchange 2007 server that has several issues.  One of them deals with events saying that owaauth.dll can't run in a 64-bit environment (or something like that.  (Right now, that little town in NC has apparently gone off the grid, so I can't be more precise).

I have run across several recommendations that state to perform the following at a command prompt:

cscript %SYSTEMDRIVE%\inetpub\adminscripts\adsutil.vbs SET W3SVC/AppPools/Enable32bitAppOnWin64 0

My question for this posting is:

What does it mean if I have no "adminscripts" under the inetpub folder.  

The server is Windows 2008 x64.  

Thanks


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Just means the scripts haven't been installed.

Go to conrol panel
Choose Programs and Features
Click "Turn on/off windows features" in the left hand panel
Expand Internet Information Services
Expand Web Management Tools
Enable all options, including "IIS Management Scripts and tools"
Press OK and let Windows update.

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OK. Cool.  I'll try that.
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Are those instructions for a Windows 2003 server?  I get as far as the Turn on/off" line and then the directions do not fit.

It takes me to "Server Manager".

I did find that "IIS 6 WMI Compatibility" and "IIS 6 Scripting Tools" are not installed.  Is that what I need to do?

Also, I noticed that I only have the .NET framework 3 installed.  Should I have .Net 2 installed?  If so, how?

Thanks
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No they are for 2008, maybe you are running control panel in classic mode.
Basically need to go to add/remove programs -> Add/remove windows components
 
Yes IIS Scripting tools will be it.

.net 3 is dependant on .net 2 so you will have it installed already
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The location is a bit different, but the content was correct.  Installing the two IIS6 roles populated the adminscripts folder.
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