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User Manager for Domain

By joeruzon ·
When I click in User Manager for Domain it gives me a message "cannot reach Domain Controller";however, I can still access my DC but I don't see anything on user manager for domain so I can't keep track on all the users and computers in my domain...help!

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by Stillatit In reply to User Manager for Domain

Is the computer you are running User Manager for Domains on actually part of the the domain? If not, it is looking for a DC for its own domain. I think it also needs to have client for Microsoft loaded.

Try selecting your domain (file menu), manually, and see if it lets you do that.

You should also check your protocol stack both on your machine and on the DC. Make sure the protocols are in the same order.

Good luck.

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by joeruzon In reply to User Manager for Domain

User Manager for Domain is only accessible on a server....And the one that is missing is on the PDC...so I don't think you understand what I'm trying to ask you but anyway thank you.

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by Stillatit In reply to User Manager for Domain

User Manager for Domains can be installed on a workstation or on Windows 95 or 98. You can download the Win95 from Microst at:
http://www.microsoft.com/windows95/downloads
/contents/WUAdminTools/S_WUManagementTools/W95ServMgmtTool/Default.asp
(remove any spaces from the above URL).

It is also on the TECHNET Client Utilities disk if you have that.

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by joeruzon In reply to User Manager for Domain

I understand that you can install it on 98; however, thatis not my problem, my problem is I can't see my users on User Manager for Domain on the PDC

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by estebandelatorre In reply to User Manager for Domain

The machine you are using need to be properly added to in server manager (NT platform or win2K), the user should have admin or Account manager permissions and LOGGED in to the domain.
On another platform, you will need to install the administrativetools for NT4.0 which can be found in the res KIT for NT.

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