You can download the 32bit client from here
I was wondering if someone could help,
Over the school holidays we have had alot changes done on our network one of them being tighter security on servers, our Boss does not want any of us using rdp anymore which stops me from managering email accounts etc.
Is there any way I could connect to the Exchange Management Console through my Desktop?
Last edited by BClark; 5th October 2009 at 12:14 PM. Reason: misspelled title
thank you for the download that has installed fine,
but i have opened it and it says "MMC could not be created the snap-in"
was wondering how I would connect it to my exchange server.
very sorry for silly questions but im still a noobie to the IT world
Rights problem. Are you running as admins? If not use runas.
sadly running as admin didnt work
does it matter that im running it on Windows 7?
does you account have permission to the exchange box?
Try loggin onto your computer as the administrator and see if you can access exchange through the console.
Hi I have tried on the "Administrator" user(switch I know works on the rdp) but sadly no joy on my desktop.
so would that mean I am missing something on my desktop and not the user?
thanks agian for all your help by the way
do you think it has anything to do with having Windows 7?
or would it be somthing to do with permissions on my desktop?
Have you tried installing the console by running the Exchange install disk on your workstation and just selecting admin tools on the components list?* Supported Operating Systems: Windows Server 2003 R2 (32-Bit x86); Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1; Windows XP
how about firewall on the exchange OS?
Hollie1985 (21st December 2009)
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