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My administrator tools have shut down,how do i get them back please

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Please use the add a comment button to explain what do you exactly mean with administrator tools? 
press start -> run -> type in mmc  now you got the management console open and you can add the snap in there?

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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    start -> run -> compmgmt.msc opens the computer management

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