Exchange 2007 Installation

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Microsoft Exchange 2007
Hi,

    I am trying to install exchange server 2007 evaluation version on windows 2008 R2 Domain controller but readiness checks shows me error which says " Exchange 2007 cannot be used with the version of windows operating system running on this computer",Could you please help me to solve this issue

 



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  • Subhendu Sen
    Probably the main issue is rtm / service pack version. Download sp3 from here and try again the same. For more info plz click here
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  • Acdc
    Thanks for your suggestion,let me try this one.
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  • Acdc
    Rechil, Your suggestion worked for me.Thanks for your suggestion. I have installed exchange server with sp3 and now it is working fine.
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