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How can I make the security tab visible on a users Active Directory account

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Good afternoon experts,

I have recently taken over a small Active Directory network and I am at a lost as to how to show the security tab of a specific user. Here is an example user:

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I used to know AD like the back of my hand , but I am a little rusty. It's probably something simple , but its worth it to me. How do I expose the security tab?

Thanks in advance.
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in the User and computers window click View>Advanced Features and you should get it (Security tab for user properties)
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Open Active Directory Users and Computer and go to View option --> click on Advanced Features and then you can see Security tab in the user's properties.

Regards,
Arjun
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See , I knew it was something simple. I am so cray cray.
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Thanks guys
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