17.6. Installing Exchange Management Tools


You want to install Exchange Management tools onto a workstation or server that isn't running Exchange.


Using a graphical user interface

  1. Install and configure prerequisite services. See the Discussion section for the list of these services.

  2. Go to the Windows Update site and install any critical security patches.

  3. Load the Exchange Server CD into your CD-ROM drive.

  4. On the Start menu, click Run, type <driveletter> :\setup\i386\setup.exe, and click OK. <driveletter> is your CD-ROM's drive letter. This path may vary for certain versions of Exchange Server, such as MSDN or Select versions.

  5. On the Welcome screen, click Next.

  6. On the License Agreement screen read through the agreement and if you agree, click I agree and click Next.

  7. If the Product Identification screen is presented, enter your Exchange Server product key and click Next.


    This screen may not appear for certain versions of Exchange Server such as the MSDN or Select versions.

  8. On the Component Selection screen, select Custom in the top row of the Action column. Select the Install next to Microsoft Exchange System Management Tools. Verify that the installation path is correct for your installation and click Next.

  9. Review the Installation Summary screen and click Next.

  10. On the Completing the Microsoft Exchange Wizard screen, click Finish.

  11. Download and install the latest Exchange 2003 Service Pack. As of the time of this writing, that is Service Pack 1. See Recipe 17.4 for more information. ...

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