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I am trying to remove users from the local administrators group on my 2003 server domian controller but the oddest thig, users and groups are not available when i go into the computer managment window
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by:fluk3d
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The host machine you are trying to view the local users and groups what O/S it is running? it is XP/Vista Home? - if that's the case you won't be able to manage local users through that managment console.

If it's not running those O/S

Try adding the local users and groups manually through mmc

start > run > mmc

add

Local Users & groups.



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theras2000 earned 500 total points
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Local Users and Computers don't exist on Domain Controllers.
Instead, go to Control Panel, Administrative Tools, Active Directory Users and Computers.
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by:MattiasN
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I dont know if im mistaken about your answere? But local accounts is under //users and computers -->> Users ?
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by:theras2000
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Yep but that's not local to the machine, that's for the domain.
You'll notice the full path is ADUC, Domain, Users.
It's not ADUC, Users.
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