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Posted on 2001-06-04
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After successfully setting up the first WIN2000 workstation on our site, others are WIN95/98, I noticed that the Administrative Tools are missing.  Start/Programs/Administrative Tools only gives me the Inbox Repair Tool.  Nothing else. Doesn't make any difference if I log in as Administrator or a user.  What happened??  
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by:jhance
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It's been moved.  Go to the control panel and open the Computer Management applet.
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liebrand earned 50 total points
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The other thing to do is right-click on your task bar, click properties and then Advance. Insure "Display Administrative Tools" is checked and click Ok
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by:slang9
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Go to Start, Run, MMC
Then under console, go to add/remove snap-in
all the tools you might need are there
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That was it.

thanks
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