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Windows 10 x64 Enterprise missing active directory tabs

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I had this question after viewing windows 10 x64 RSAT active directory users and computers tool desn't have all tabs available.

I am running Windows 10 x64 Enterprise LTSB on a domain and I am also experiencing this...I have build 10240
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by:Mahesh
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Frankly speaking, Win10 is still in development phase and not stable

Better use win 8.1 with RSAT tools

Mahesh.
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by:McKnife
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I have win10 and I am not missing tabs on RSAT. Please upload a screenshot.
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by:A
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I cant use 8.1 since my company is looking to upgrade to Windows 10 in the near future. Funny thing is, is that RSAT was working just fine about 3 months ago, then I had to rebuild my system with the same ISO image my company has. Now this is happening.
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by:McKnife
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Ok... please install a test VM with win10 v1607 and this (new!) RSAT download: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=45520
This has to work.
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by:A
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Is this version of Windows 10 enterprise? I need to have enterprise for my work environment.
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by:A
ID: 41880587
Also you said that RSAT download is new? Where is the old one? I believe I used the old one on my LTSB Windows 10 enterprise system a few months ago and it was working just fine...
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by:McKnife
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I use this version on enterprise and also on pro, it doesn't matter, try it. The old version? You won't need it. only MS knows where the old downloads are archived.
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by:A
ID: 41880759
Downloading the ISO right now. I'll give it a shot.
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by:A
ID: 41880794
So, looks like my product key for enterprise LTSB didnt work on the media creation ISO I downloaded. Clicked on the install without a product key, and it doesnt give me an option to install enterprise...what now?
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by:McKnife
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Pro behaves just like enterprise, believe me. So just install pro. For a test, you don't need a key.
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by:A
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Update: It is functionally perfectly without issue. Only problem is I need a version of enterprise because that is what my company's license key can be used with.
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by:Mahesh
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I believe you have option to downgrade license from enterprise to pro for this system to avoid licensing issues
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by:McKnife
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There is no other version for enterprise - it is the same. Install the current one, or install the new one over the old one if possible.
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by:A
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I don't have a pro license....my company has shifted away from using Pro OS's and we are now fully on enterprise.
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by:McKnife
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Sorry, who tells you to shift your edition? No :-) Just reinstall RSAT this time with the newest version and then let's see.
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So this is what I did...

Used our company Windows 10 Enterprise x64 LTSB (Build 1507)

Downgraded to Pro x64 with the Microsoft media creation tool

Edited a few registry keys to make it look like Enterprise...Restarted

Re-joined my domain....and bam. I had Enterprise x64 again but build 1607 now.

AD is now working just fine.
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by:Mahesh
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If RSAT did not work correctly on Enterprise edition, downgrading OS to supported lower version is not bad approach to avoid licensing issues and to avoid bugs
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by:McKnife
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You changed registry keys in order to be able to upgrade to 1607? You have enterprise, that's a software only available with a software assurance agreement. If you have such an agreement, you may download the version 1607 and upgrade, so using pro as a step in between is bogus.
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by:A
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Only my boss has the credentials for the volume licensing center lol. I didn't feel like asking him to download the iso when he already did and it was the wrong one.
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by:A
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Nobody else could give me a solution that completely resolved my problem.
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