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    Microsoft Exchange Management Console

    I keep reading that the Management Console for Exchange 2010, can be installed on a workstation but have not yet found the instructions for doing so. Could some kind person point me in the right direction please?

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    Literally pop the CD in/mount the ISO and install the management tools like you would set up Exchange. Just choose Custom Install and tick "Management Tools".

    Install the Exchange 2010 Management Tools: Exchange 2010 Help

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    I think you have to also have a 64bit Desktop OS, as with Exchange 2007 you could install a 32bit version there is not this option in 2010.

    *as are as i am aware - I haven't tried because i have a x64 Desktop OS

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    Thanks both, my new workstation is Windows 7 and 64bit so that should work. Hadn't realised that the console was on the custom button as I was following some instructions (very carefully I might add). Now I have some more instructions I'll follow those just as carefully - don't want to mess up my bright shiny new machine.

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    Won't mess it up. Just pop the cd in, custom -> management tools, install - and should do the trick

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    Yeah well ... the installer person has to be logged onto the domain. I'm a local user on my workstation so it didn't work. The error messages said something like There is no Active Directory and another one said The user is not a member of a domain.

    Ah well not to worry I can still remote in to the actual server and use the console from there.

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