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    This is a fairly naive question, but I want to be able to manage my Exchange Server 2007 from a 64-bit Windows 7 workstation on the domain.

    I can find Microsoft Exchange Server 2007 Management Tools (32-Bit), but not the equivalent 64-bit version. The writeup for the 32-bit version says:
    "Exchange Server 2007 is a native 64-bit application that includes 64-bit management tools. You can use the management tools to administer your Exchange Server environment remotely" but it does not explain HOW to get them onto my workstation. I don't really want to just go ahead and attempt to install Exchange Server 2007 on the Windows 7 PC without knowing what I'm going to get. Even less so because Exchange Server 2007 was installed as part of SBS 2008 Premium Edition!

    Can anyone give a simple procedure to do what I want? Thanks!
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    If you're running SBS, my strong instinct is that the Management Tools are already buried there in the infrastructure, and that you haven't yet stumbled over them. What connection that has to reality is another question.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BATcher View Post
    Can anyone give a simple procedure to do what I want? Thanks!
    See How to Install the Exchange 2007 Management Tools: Exchange 2007 Help.

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    Thanks, Malcolm and Joe.

    I installed Exchange Server 2007 Service Pack 1, selecting Custom Install, and ticking only the Management Tools tick-box! Tedious download and expansion, but very straightforward - once you have been told what to do to get it to work!
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