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an you describe what steps you would take if you were working on a server that did not have ‘Active Directory Users and Computers’ installed on it, but need to reset a Users Active Directory (AD)…...

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Can you describe what steps you would take if you were working on a server that did not have ‘Active Directory Users and Computers’ installed on it, but need to reset a Users Active Directory (AD) password? What are some alternatives to resolve the issue?
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Quickest way, the domain server is there, somewhere? So remote into it (most easy, RDP) and reset it there.
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