Re: [NTISP] Windows 2000 User Manager
Dale E. Reed Jr. ( (no email) )
Fri, 17 Mar 2000 09:47:18 -0800
Josh Hillman wrote:
> >Added a new Windows 2000 server to our NT 4.0 network. Need to know how to
> it to recognize the NT 4.0 user manager without upgrading all the existing
> machines on the LAN.
> IF Win2k has no way of doing it natively (I have no idea), you can try using
> the files contained in the folowing self-extracting file (contains User
> Manager, etc. for use on Win95/98 clients):
Is he talking about connecting shares, a domain controller/BDC
situation, or managing users?
For the later, just bring up a command prompt (its in Accessories
now) and type "usrmgr \\domain" that you want to manage. You can
also do start...run and enter the above.
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