ADSIEdit missing Configuration and Schema containers

I have an Windows 2008 R2 domain and if I go into ADSIEdit I only see Default naming context. Shouldn't I be seeing Configuration and Schema containers? I need to make a change int he Configuration container, but cannot find it.
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you might need to attach to it using the full DN alhtough it should also be available from the drop down when you select connect

right click at the top of the tree and hit connect to


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Greg27Author Commented:
The solution was partially correct. I had already been connected to my fully qualified server name, but if I went in and did a "Connect to..." and then clicked on the down arrow under the "Select a well known Naming Context" and selected Schema and clicked OK and then did it again selecting Configuration and then OK. This gives me all 3 of the containers. Thanks for the help.
Corrected the issue I was having as well. Thanks Greg27!
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