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I am installing Exchange 2010 in an enviroment where the DC is a 32bit version of 2003 Standard sp2. I need to prepare the schema and AD for install. I only have a 64bit ver. of Exchange and of course get the error "vaild command but not for this type of machine" What are my options here. So I can get this install completed.
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by:waleeda
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are you installing the exchange on the same DC box?

exchange should be installed on 64 bit OS
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by:bearkat
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No, Exchange is being installed on a new box with 64bit Server 2008 R2. Only the DC is on a 32bit platform.
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Glen Knight earned 500 total points
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You dint need to run it on the DC you can do it from the Exchange Server
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by:waleeda
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are you sure that the OS is 64 not 32?

because this error will appear only if your OS 32 bit

see the below KB from Microsoft:

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/555841
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by:MegaNuk3
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As demazter has already said, run it from the Exchange server with "setup.com /PrepareSchema"
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by:Glen Knight
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Or don't run it at all and let the exchange install do it for you :)
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by:MegaNuk3
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Yeah, why even open a command prompt unless you have to OR you like black and White and typing ... ;-)
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