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How do I activate active directory services in windows 2003?

Posted on 2007-11-15
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I just finished installing windows 2003 server R2 enterprise on my box, but I don't see active directory services in the administrators tab, do i have to activate it somwhere?
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run DCPROMO from START - RUN
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thanks!
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