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Exchange admin tools

How do I show exchange information in AD with Windows 7. I want to see the outlook mail properties in AD.
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Dennis Miller
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Stelian StanCommented:
If I understand correctly you have to install ADUC for Windows 7 RTM (RSAT - http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyID=7d2f6ad7-656b-4313-a005-4e344e43997d&displaylang=en
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To install:
- run the installer
- Click Start -> Control Panel, then open Programs
- In the Programs and Features area, click turn Windows features on or off
- Expand Remote Server Administration tools
- Select the desired tools.

For Windows 7 Sp1 - http://www.microsoft.com/download/en/details.aspx?id=7887

Depends if you are running 64 or 32 bit OS.
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jhyieslaCommented:
If you're running Exchange 2010, MS has decoupled email info from other user info. So to see or manage email info you need to manage it from the Exchange server or you have to set up a 64-bit Windows 7 or Server and install the Exchange Management Console.
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Dennis MillerAuthor Commented:
In XP I can go to the AD users and computers and I see the exchange tabs. I need to be able to do this in windows 7. I have the admin tools loaded, but I thought to see the exchange tabs you needed the exchange admin tools?
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Dennis MillerAuthor Commented:
I ran the 64 bit one and it told me I needed to have Vista as my OS?
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Stelian StanCommented:
From a command prompt run:
MSIEXEC /I “C:\ESMVISTA.MSI” /Q
Go to Task Manager and note Msiexec installation, wait for it to finish before continuing on.
Create desktop shortcut to Active Directory snap-in.
Create a new batch file and call it “Active Directory.cmd” and inside the batch file “C:\WindowsSystem32dsa.msc /32¿. Run the Batch File

Right click the ADUC shortcut you use and add /32 to the target path on the shortcut tab after installation.
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Dennis MillerAuthor Commented:
Thanks. I did try this on another machine and it did work. Thanks.
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