MMC could not create the snap-in

Hi,


I'm trying to delegate control of users and computers on a domain to a member of staff [standard user]. I create the mmc on my own PC [I am domain admin], I can add users and computers snap in and give the neccessary rights. I save the snap in. I then right click over the actual domain from my own PC [administrative tools] and delegate control to this particular user. I copy the saved mmc console to his desktop, very time he tries to run it he gets MMC could not create the snap-in


am i missing a step? any help?


Thanks


Ross
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cahancockCommented:
Ia the Windows Server Support tools installed on his Computer? He will have to have the tools in order to run AD users and Computers even though you already created the snap in.
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frsupportAuthor Commented:
good man !
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