Enterprise manager for 11g

I have installed Oracle Enterprise Database 11g on a Windows 2003 Server. I have been going through some documentation and it sometimes refers to tabs and features that I cannot find in EM. I have since found out that the default install does not come with the 'Full' EM. The only one i seem to be able to find, download and install is for 10g.
Also, I want to install this on a Client Machine, not the DB Server.
Is there a full EM for 11g somewhere that I am not finding? All my searches point me back to the 10g EM download Page

Oracle used to have a client-server Java Enterprise Manager console. Ths was popular and extremely functional in Oracle9i.
With Oracle 10g, Oracle replaced the client-server console with a 3-tier 'browser based' console. That client-server tool was deprecated but still available on the Client CD. As of 11g that OEM Application was totally removed.
However, looking at the statement you quote (from page 91):
"The Oracle Enterprise Manager Central Console is a Web-based interface for managing the entire enterprise from the console. It offers a lot more functionality than the standard Oracle Enterprise Manager that comes with a typical database install."There are a few keywords here: "Central Console" and "managing the entire enterprise" lead me to believe the author is talking about the Grid Control. Similar to the DB Console that comes with the default install of the database, the Grid Control console has the following characteristics:
- it is centralized (uses a separate computer to host the enterprise-wide OEM repository)
- it allows monitoring and administration* of all Oracle products and many non-Oracle products
- it it web-based and indeed, when looking at a database admin page, itr looks a lot like the DB console
- it can consolidate the monitoring summary info about several products into a single page
- it has reports and schedule capability not found in the native DB console
- it places much less load on the db machine than the DB Console
* in some cases Grid Control simply invokes the admin tool from the product rather than duplicating the product admin capability.

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