Admin Kit for Windows 2008

Posted on 2010-09-24
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Last Modified: 2012-05-10

All is in the title. I've just upgraded a windows 2k3 server to 2k8 and I'm looking for the old ADMT. It seems that every thing has change.
For help.
Question by:Sybux
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by:Mike Kline
ID: 33754329
ADMT?  That is the migration tool.  Are you looking for the old adminpak?  
If you are looking for adminpak then install RSAT   http://trycatch.be/blogs/roggenk/archive/2008/04/06/installing-rsat-remote-server-administration-tools-components-unattended.aspx
If you were looking for ADMT you can get that from the Microsoft download site.

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Here's an EE question about the same thing and the answer:


- Jimmy

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ID: 33754625
Sorry I misspell.. I'm looking to RSAT you're right.
But I'm sorry, but the link you gave me didn't work. (the link inside the blog)
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by:Mike Kline
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Which link, on the server you go and install the feature, another entry with screen shots
If I was in my lab I'd take a screen shot for you too

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Thanx, but every link I've found befre posting and the last one you gave me, send me to download RSAT for windows Vista or 7, but I want it for Windows 2008 R2.

I need to manage my AD from this server (the AD is 2k3 Windows)
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Mike Kline earned 2000 total points
ID: 33754732
Add it using add features. (see screenshot in the first blog)  You should not need to download anything
Go into server manager add features >> you should see the Remote Server Admin Tools in that list, pick what you want (AD, DNS, etc)

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