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I have insttall A D but not open the active directoryes user & computer

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    Can you tell me where you are with the problem now and what have you tried since your post not being able to open active directory users and computers?


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Hello,

If you are using server 2003, please check it out where the ntds and sysvol files are stored, when installing ADS.

You have two option to view the successfull AD:

  • opening AD users and computer on Administrative tools.
  • viewing Domain option (xyz.com), when you logon to an account.
if, these process are not available for you. There is no option other than reinstalling ADS using dcpromo.

thanks,

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