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AD Configuration / Network dropout

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Running Windows 2000 server with SP3, Active Directory installed, Configure your Server cofirms AD status, however Active Directory Users and Computers etc. does not appear under administrative tools! I can see all the users etc. by selecting the option in configure your server dialog.

Client machines are experiencing difficulty saving Word and Excel files, in particular, to shared directories on the server. Are the two problems related? If so can you suggest a fix?
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Try to reinstall adminpak.msi from windows 2000 server cd. If you are not domain administrator you cannot do this.
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