i386: What to do i386 file to get "Ad,ministrative Tools" of win 2003 server?

Dear Experts:


I used to have "Administrative Tools" of Win 2003 server in my win xp after
installing i386 from win 2003 server CD.

I copied i386 from Win 2003 server CD and pasted it in C:\i386.

Then I think I gave some command. It was a while ago, and I can't remember it.

Then I went to Administrative Tools > Active Directory > Get access to the company's IT server.

Can you kindly help me do that again!



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You need the adminpak.msi file
If you cant find it on the CD, you can always download it from Microsoft.


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dutaAuthor Commented:
Dear brent:

Thank you so much for your kind, prompt tip.

I just downloaded the adminpak from MS link.

Thanks a lot!
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