Active directory users and computers snap in Nigeria

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Is there an equivalent tool available for use in Windows 7 an equivalent tool available for use in Windows 7? I just need to browse the membership of some small Active Directory groups that are deep within a huge hierarchy, so I can eventually write code to work with those groups. The Windows Server 2003 version of the installer works, but the resulting MMC snap in just won’t start up. EDIT: I’d like to preemptively strike against more requests to close the question. This is a tool that I assume many programmers use to assist in programming-related tasks such as testing code that modifies Active Directory content. There are tons of other questions about developer tools here on Stack Overflow.

Is there an equivalent tool available for use in Windows 7? I just need to browse the membership of some small Active Directory groups that are deep within a huge hierarchy, so I can eventually write code to work with those groups. The Windows Server 2003 version of the installer works, but the resulting MMC snap in just won’t start up.

To get the Active Directory Users and Computers, you want to be sure to install just the tools you need, not the entire domain services on your server. That is, unless you wish to make your server a domain controller.

hooged:Nice thread guys keep it up, pls how do i use screenshot on my lappy? You mean you want to take a screenshot? 1. Ctrl + PrtSc (i.e Printscreen) – if you want to take the whole screen2. Alt + PrtSc – if you want the take a snap shot of a particular/active window3. Open Paint (I assume you know where to find this) click Edit, then click Paste and VOILA!!! there you have your screen shot.Remember to save it in jpg format. Alternatively you can use a software called GreenShot. It’s my favorite and it’s very good. Does everything automatically. Hope this helps.

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