ADSIEdit on Windows Server 2008

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Looking for ADSIEdit on a Windows Server 2008 ?

In previous versions of Windows, you installed ADSIedit and the other Windows Support Tools from the server installation media.

The Windows Support Tools are now included in the RSAT (Remote Server Administration Tools) and can be installed as features in Windows Server 2008. 

ADSIedit is part of the Active Directory Domain Controller Tools feature, and can be added by following these steps:

  1. In Server Manager, click on Features, then Add Features in the right pane
  2. Expand Remote Server Administration Tools –> Role Administration Tools –> Active Directory Domain Services Tools
  3. Put a check next to Active Directory Domain Controller Tools
  4. Click Next, then Install
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  1. You could also expand Remote Server Administration Tools –> Role Administration Tools and put a check next to Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services Tools. This installs ADSI Edit, Schema Manager and AD Sites and Services.

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