Group Policy Management

How do I start up Group Policy Management?

Firstly, when I go to Administrative Tools, I don't see it there. Seconly from the RUN command, when I type gpmc.msc - it doesn't work.

I typed MMC in the RUN command and when I try to add a snap in, I only see Group Policy Object Editor.

How do I get Group Policy Management Console?
ben1211Asked:
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ben1211Author Commented:
How do I get the same view as seen in the screen capture. I need to do this for another server. The other server is an AD server as well.


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DraxonicCommented:
The meaning of the above is that you probably need to download and install the management console on that server.
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ben1211Author Commented:
I am using Windows 2003 Server
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FireW0lfCommented:
Server 2008:
Start / Server Manager - Features - Add Feature
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FireW0lfCommented:
Oops, ignore my post above - for 2003 you need to download it from the link Draxonic posted
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