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i'm not getting New Site option on AD Sites and Services, what is up with that?

Posted on 2012-03-20
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I'm trying to add a new site in AD Sites and Services but when I right click on Sites, New Site is not even listed?

I'm logged on as a domain admin?

Help please!!1

Thank you
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Question by:cas_three
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by:IT-Shrek
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Hello,

please follow this guide:

http://www.ntweekly.com/?p=806

Which elements from your context menu are missing? Just "New Site" ?

Shrek
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by:Mike Kline
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Very odd, if you go to action do you get the option.  Can you posts screenshots, below is what it should look like

Right click sites
Action menu
Thanks

Mike
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By the way:

Here are some cmdlets to Create a Active Directory Site through Powershell, if there is just an gui problem:

http://blogs.metcorpconsulting.com/tech/?p=347

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