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Question about the checkbox In AD Users and Computers snap-in's "Connect to Domain" dialog

Posted on 2006-11-06
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This dialog has a checkbox that says "Save this domain for the current console".  What does this do?  Does that mean that everytime I start this snap-in it would bind to this domain?  Thanks.
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Yes exactly. If you are accessing multiple domains you may want to select one to be the default each time you open this console.
You can create custom or multiple management consoles for different domains. To start a new one enter in the start/run box  mmc  When the new management console opens you choose File, then Add/Remove snap-in....
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Thanks lapucca,
--Rob
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