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AD Computer Properties Missing Tabs

Posted on 2011-09-28
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I have two different domains.  Both Windows 2003 server with SP2 and alll current MS updates.  Yesterday I right clicked on the computer properties in one of the domains and I see 8 tabs.  In the other domain I see 6 tabs.  The Security and Object tabs are missing in one of the domains.  Can anyone tell me why this would be?  Images attached. AD PC Properties Tab 1 AD PC Properties Tab 2
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In AD Users and Computers click View, Advanced Features
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Fantastic!  I would have never found that.  Thank you for your help.
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in Active Directory Users and Computers  Make sure "Advanced features " is selected under "View".
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