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Extract Exchange 2007 Exchange System Management tool

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I am administering an Exchange 2007 environment.  I would like other messaging administrators to manage the environment through a local installation of the ESM tool; however, I do not want to grant them access to the Exchange 2007 CD, enabling them to install additional servers (or using the file to create a separate Exchange environment).  Is there a way to extract the ESM installation files from the CD into a local folder, and have the administrators install only ESM?
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I downloaded that file and performed a custom install onto my computer.  However, during the installation I am presented with installing additional Exchange servers.  If this is suppose to be the ESM tool why are there options to install an Exchange server?
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is being closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See my comment at the end of the question for more details.
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