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In Windows NT, Server Manager is in Administrative Tools.
Where is it in Windows 2000?
(I need to see who is logged onto the domain)

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Mac
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m0bov earned 200 total points
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Use Administrative Tools, then Computer Management, then shared folders, then sessions.
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thanks, m0bov!!!

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