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Installing the Group Policy snap in....where is it?

Posted on 2006-07-13
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Hi,

I am trying to install A Group Policy snap in - I have done the following:

Start > run > mmc > add/ remove snap in > add

in the "Available stand in snap ins" list there is only the "Group Policy Object Editor" option available.

Can anyone tell me what I am missing to be able to add the Group policy snap in?

Thanks,

jonathanr
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by:jonathanr
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further previous. This is a Windows 2003 Domain Controller machine.

Thnaks,

jonathanr
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by:jonathanr
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OK, I think I answered my own question..

it appears that the Group Policy Management Console (GPMC) has replaced the Group Policy snap in and the Group Policy snap in has been renamed to Group Policy Object Editor.

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by:rgutwein
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Hi Jonathanr,

Here is the link to download the Group Policy Management Console:

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsserver2003/gpmc/default.mspx
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cheers mate, already onto it.

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