'Administrative Tools' start menu option missing

I've just install Win 2000 pro, logged on as Administrator..

I find the the START -> PROGRAMS - 'ADMINISTRATIVE TOOLS' is missing??

How can I get this back, so the standard tools are displayed?

Also, where is the default user profile kept? I can't see in in \document & settings\default user. I recall with NT 4 it was in \winnt\profiles\default user.

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ajosephsonAsked:
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MindphaserConnect With a Mentor Commented:
SInce this is a duplicate as mentioned already I will refund the points. Since there is more information in here, I will move the question to PAQ.

Points refunded and moved to PAQ

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ajosephsonAuthor Commented:
Yikes! I refreshed the wrong screen, and posted the question several times! Pls ignore this question..


I can't seem to delete it either?
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jassavCommented:
Administrative tools is now under the control panel and default profile is hidden by default. You will need to select the unhide options available at my computer, tools, folder options, view tab, show hidden files and folders. Go back to documents and settings and defualt user is there
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jatcanCommented:
OR, right-click a blank spot on the task bar and select properties, click advanced tab,in the menu are4a at bottom of window, check the box that says "Display Administrative Tools"...apply and OK it, make sure the Adminitsrative Tools Folder is located on the start menu now.

Cheers.

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fawkingCommented:
Depending on which tools you want to use you can access most of them by right clicking on my computer and choose manage from the menu.
This will take you into the computer mgmt screen and gives you most of those options.
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Asta CuCommented:
Post a zero point question in Community Support to request a refund and deletion for this question (include this link).  You posted this 3 times, other two are closed.  You can avoid multiple entries by using the Reload versus Browser controls.
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jatcanCommented:
Yeah but, I gave him the answer he is looking for. The other two questions are closed? Who answered first is what I say? Anyways....l8tr.

Cheers.
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ajosephsonAuthor Commented:
jatcan -> pls see first response.
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jatcanCommented:
Understood, the questiosn been answered? Ask a mod to delte it then..cheers.
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ajosephsonAuthor Commented:
I asked a mod 5 minutes after posting the message..
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MindphaserCommented:
ajosephson

The DELETE button is removed for now, since the functionality was never really well implemented. If you want to remove a duplicate please post a 0 points question in Community Support http://www.experts-exchange.com/commspt/ .

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