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Active Directory User and Computers not showing member names in Vista

Posted on 2007-03-22
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Okay here is an interesting one...  I am running Vista Business on my laptop, and I have the AD User and Computers tools install, with the service packs, + Exchange and LCS.  I created a Mail List from my AD User and Computers for our domain.  When I access the list again there are no names displayed under the "members" tab.  When I goto one of the 2K3 servers and open the mail list from its Users and Computers it displays fine.  I forgot to mention that on the Vista machine, if I try to add someone who is alreay a member it displays the error that this user is already a member, so the tool sees the member it just doesn't display them.
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are you having the latest adminpak installed on vista?

follow the instuction in below link to install w2k3 sp1 adminpak on vista:

http://blogs.msdn.com/nickmac/archive/2007/03/06/installing-adminpak-on-windows-vista.aspx
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