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Hi,

Does anyone know how I can get the Terminal Services Profile tab to appear in active directory when I'm looking at a users properties?

I was wondeirng if I would need to install an addon for this or if it was a simple case of enabling something in the settings?
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In AD Click View and select Advanced and then choose the properties of a user and see if it displays the Terminal Services Profile Tab.
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Hi Jenkinsme,

I tried your suggestion but this didn't work. I have now got additional tabas available that weren't there before but the one i'm looking for isn't there.

Thanks
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Have you attempted to create a new user in AD and see if that new user has a Terminal Services Profile tab?
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Are you using the ADU&C on a Win2k3 box, or Vista?  From what I'm reading, it's not in the Admin Pak for Vista...or at least not yet.
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Microsoft has released a hotfix for this. Go to the following link....
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/960890

Hope this helps you.
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