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How to find out all member servers of an NT4 domain?

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I need to find out all member servers of an NT4 domain, in 2000 and 2003 we can always use active directory users and computers to do so, but in NT4 I only found User Manager for Domains, was there any thing for servers at the time?
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srvmgr is the computer equivalent in NT4 for usrmgr.

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Found it in C:\WINNT\system32
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