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Where are my Object and Security tabs on my new Domain Controller?

Posted on 2004-08-31
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I just set up an additional domain controller in an existing domain. I didn't set up the original domain controllers. Everything works fine, except that on the new DC, if I go into AD users and computers and look at a user's properties, I do not have the Object and Security tabs available. On the existing DCs I do. What software or configuration is missing?
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When you open the MMC AD users and computers, from the view menu, select advanced view.

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D'OH!!!!!!! Thanks James! You can tell I'm a real expert in the Win2K area...
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no worries! glad to help.
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