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Users not showing in Active Directory

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Users are not showing up when I open the Active Directory and selected the OUs. I am able to find them in the search but they are not showing otherwise.
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Try going to start menu, type mmc.exe and then add the active directory snap in from the file menu and see if you are able to see the people under the OU's.
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it doesnt show from my admin tool view but this still is a solution to the problem.
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