Our environment is upgrading from a single server (domain controller, file server, application server) running Server 2003 R2. We have added a Server 2008 R2 with Exchange Server 2010, and our problem is no Exchange tabs on the User Properties in AD. I have read the paper on this site "Installing Exchange 2007 Management Tools On a 32-Bit Operating System" and am currently downloading the 32-bit version of Exchange 2007 - will this do the trick for our Exchange 2010 installation??BACKGROUNDWe installed Exchange Server 2010 as followsON THE OLD SERVER (SERVER 2003 R2)- raised the Domain Function to Server 2003- located a 32-bit Server 2008 DVD- ran "adprep /forestprep" from the 32-bit Server 2008 DVD- ran "adprep /domainprep" from the 32-bit Server 2008 DVDON THE EXCHANGE SERVER (SERVER 2008 R2)- from Server 2008 64-bit DVD ran setup /ps: this FAILED " need to do forestprep"- decided not to pursue this at the moment- Powershell, Run As Administrator - Import-Module ServerManager - Add-WindowsFeatures etc- Windows Updates- from the Exchange Server 2010 DVD, installed Exchange Server 2010 with Typical configuration.
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