How to manage Active Directory management tools on Windows 7

I have added a user with the Delegate Controls wizard for one of my OU’s but when I go to the workstation and try to managed through Active Directory management tools I’m not seeing anything under Active Directory Administrative Center.
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NVITEnd-user supportCommented:
When you run ADAC from the Windows 7, if you are not logged on as domain admin, try:
1. Select ADAC
2. Press Shift and right-click. Pick "Run as different user". Enter domain admin credentials.
The snap-in is called "Active directory users and computers" - did you pick that? No domain admin credentials required, that what you avoided by delegating control.

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ahmad1467Author Commented:
The user that I am trying to set up is not an admin I only want them to  manage things like changing passwords, un lock users and adding workstations into the domain, am I going about this the right way?
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Yes, you are. You just opened the wrong snap-in, I guess.
ahmad1467Author Commented:
So I went to Active directory users and computers from the Windows 7 PC  but I get this error:
Did that today, it just worked. No admin credentials required.
If you like, I will reproduce that tomorrow morning on a clean win7.
ahmad1467Author Commented:
Okay sounds good I must have missed something.
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