Monday, May 12, 2008

Windows 2008 Server Admin Tools


I have just tested these Windows Server 2008 tools on Microsoft Vista and they work just fine.

Let me know if you have any problems.

These files were copied directly from a Windows 2008 Server.

Click on this Link:

to download these tools. If you experience problems, do, register their dll's

"MMC could not create the snap-in"

To resolve this issue, register the Windows Server 2003 management tools on a domain user account. To do this, follow these steps:
1.Log on to Windows Vista as a user who has local administrator permissions.
2.Create the RegisterAdminPak.cmd script. To do this, follow these steps:
a. Start Notepad, and then open a blank document.
b. Paste the following code to the document in Notepad:
@echo off

REM RegisterAdminPak.cmd
REM (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.

set filelist=adprop.dll azroles.dll azroleui.dll ccfg95.dll
set filelist=%filelist% certadm.dll certmmc.dll certpdef.dll certtmpl.dll
set filelist=%filelist% certxds.dll cladmwiz.dll clcfgsrv.dll clnetrex.dll
set filelist=%filelist% cluadmex.dll cluadmmc.dll cmproxy.dll cmroute.dll
set filelist=%filelist% cmutoa.dll cnet16.dll debugex.dll dfscore.dll
set filelist=%filelist% dfsgui.dll dhcpsnap.dll dnsmgr.dll domadmin.dll
set filelist=%filelist% dsadmin.dll dsuiwiz.dll imadmui.dll lrwizdll.dll
set filelist=%filelist% mprsnap.dll msclus.dll mstsmhst.dll mstsmmc.dll
set filelist=%filelist% nntpadm.dll nntpapi.dll nntpsnap.dll ntdsbsrv.dll
set filelist=%filelist% ntfrsapi.dll rasuser.dll rigpsnap.dll rsadmin.dll
set filelist=%filelist% rscommon.dll rsconn.dll rsengps.dll rsjob.dll
set filelist=%filelist% rsservps.dll rsshell.dll rssubps.dll rtrfiltr.dll
set filelist=%filelist% schmmgmt.dll tapisnap.dll tsuserex.dll vsstskex.dll
set filelist=%filelist% w95inf16.dll w95inf32.dll winsevnt.dll winsmon.dll
set filelist=%filelist% winsrpc.dll winssnap.dll ws03res.dll

for %%i in (%filelist%) do (
echo Registering %%i ...
regsvr32 /s %%i

Echo Command Completed

c. On the File menu, click Save.
d. In the Save as type box, click All Files, type C:\Users\UserAccountName\RegisterAdminPak.cmd in the File name box, and then click Save.

UserAccountName represents the folder name of the user who is currently logged in.

You must run this script in Windows Vista only.

Let me know if you guys need any Microsoft Windows Server 2008 ebooks. I'll send you guys ebooks which I have used. Excellent resources.

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