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Server Administration

Speech Server 2007

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In the Speech Server Administrator console, a computer running the Speech Server service is called a server. The Speech Server Administrator console provides functionality for adding and removing servers to Speech Server deployment groups, starting and stopping servers, and configuring server settings for specific purposes (such as secure communication). You can remotely manage and configure one or more servers from a single Speech Server Administrator console.

You cannot use the Speech Server Administrator console to manage and configure Speech Server that is installed on a Windows XP computer. Only Speech Server installed on Windows Server 2003 Service Pack 1 or later can be managed with the Administrator console.