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Click Start
Run
Type 'Cmd'
In the command console type
'Dsa.msc'

Active Directory Users and Computers should open.

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Hello,

we have a following command option to open active directory:

dsa.msc

thanks,

Posted on Jul 30, 2009

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    Hello,

    we have a following command to open active directory:

    dsa.msc

    thanks,

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Use the following command:User and computers? dsa.msc
Sites and services? dssite.msc
Domains and trusts? domain.msc

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