In my present company, I see engineers are logging to Exchange server with Admin Access and then they create mail box. I know this is not a standard practice. I want to change this practice to a more authentic way or the way it is supposed to be.
Here is my plan: I want to install Exchange System Management Tool on a different server and then publish that Control Panel via Citrix.
Some of the designated Engg. would have Mail Box creation authority (without being Administrator) who will log in to that different server where the Exchange System Management Tool is installed and from there they would create mail boxes.
I asked my Exchange admin for this. He says that is not possible (installing Exchange System Management Tool on a different Server).
Our Environment is Exchange 2003 on Windows 2003 Server.