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Accessing Fileserver utilities from a network workstation

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This is either the stupidest question I have ever asked or..... actually it probably is very obvious, but not to me.  

I want to be able to access Active Directory , Computer Management etc. from a networked workstation rather than going to the server room, how do I do this?

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For Computer Management items you can right-click Computer Management (local) and click Connect to another computer.
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