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In regards to win 8 client and server 2012...Please see information

Posted on 2014-04-04
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Ok here is the problem. I downloaded RSAT onto my win 8 client so that I could control things in AD and remote into my server using my admin rights but When I click on AD from my win client it just logs into AD(active directory) when I want you to have to use your admin password to be able to get inside AD...kinda like a business you know when you have to right click on ad to access ad. Also on my client when I go to server manager and go to all servers , it says my server is denied. Please give me a update.
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by:Kent Dyer
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Hate to ask..  Notice there are many versions of RSAT out there..  Did you install the version of RSAT for Windows 8/8.1?  With the Win 8 version, are you logged in the LAN, VPN or ?
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I downloaded windows6.2-KB2693643-X64 and I am using win 8.1 enterprise so i just now downloaded windows.8.1-kb2693643-x64 and i tried to run it on my win 8 and it said software is not applicable.
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I figured out that I have to create accounts using server 2012 dashboard which worked.
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