Exchange Options within AD Windows 7

Posted on 2014-08-27
Last Modified: 2014-09-04
Hi Experts!

Is there any way of getting the Exchange options into AD on Windows 7. AD is installed via RSAT.

The options for Exchange which are integrated with AD are in the screenshot attached. We have an XP Desktop which has AD with the Exchange options built in but we really need to decommission this unit ASAP.

Question by:Rizzle
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    Expert Comment

    Which version of Exchange you are running?

    With Exchange 2003 you can install Exchange system tools on win vista

    But for Win7 this option is not available

    You need to install Exchange management console if you have Exchange 2007 and above
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    Author Comment

    We're on Exchange 2010. PC's are Windows 7.
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    Accepted Solution

    Then you need to install Exchange management tools on Win 7 Machine from Exchange DVD
    But it will not integrate with RSAT \ AD management tools

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