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Exchange Tabs on WIndows 2003 Server

Posted on 2011-02-22
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I just instaleld the Service Pack 2 Admin Pack for Windows 2003 Server, but I cannot see the Exchange tabs. I have an Exchange 2003 server running. I also clicked on the "View" menu option and selected Advanced Features, but still nothing. I am sure I am missing something basic, just don't recall what else is needed.
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The Admin Pack doesn't contain the Exchange components - you need to install them off the Exchange Server CD.
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Thanks for both solutions. I can't believe I forgot I needed the Exchange CD. The reason I am giving more points to leew is becasue it's a really cool way to do this and I need this solution at a remote site and I don't have my Exchange CD. The solution at the link worked like a charm.
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