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I can't found Domain Security Policy and Domain Controller Security Policy in Administrative tools.

Posted on 2001-09-07
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Hi,
When I restore system state full system on windows 2000 server it finished, I can't found Domain Security Policy and Domain Controller Security Policy in Administrative tools.
How can I bring back?
                                            Akarach...
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Have you tried using the MMC "Microsoft Management Console"
You can use this from the run line by typing mmc
Once in the mmc, "Add and remove a Snapin" and look for the Group policy Snapin.  You may also reinstall the Adminpak.msi file located on the Win2kAdvanced Server disk in the I386 folder
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