Windows administrative tools are built-in and downloadable features for advanced users and system administrators to monitor and configure individual and network devices. Windows Administrative Tools are available for systems administrators wanting more insight into device settings, or to configure policies for a given device. Kindly refer to these related guides: How to enable automatic logon on Windows 10 via the Registry, How to correctly load Windows Registry Hive, How to install free Hyper-V Server on a VMware Workstation, and how to install Windows Server 2019 on Virtualbox. In this guide, you will learn about Active Directory Administrative Tools shortcut.
Here are some vital shortcuts to accessing some Windows Server services. All the examples below can be accessed by using the Run dialog box or Windows Search button. Here is a link to learn more about these tools.
To access the “Run dialog box”, follow the steps below. Click on the start menu and then select run, and enter the shortcut as shown below to have the service accessed.
Table displaying Active Directory Administrative Tools Shortcut
|With Firewall with Advanced Settings||wf|
|Group Policy Management||gpmc.msc|
|Active Directory Domain and Trust||domain.msc|
|Active Directory Administrative Center||dsac.msc|
|Active Directory User and Computers||dsa.msc|
|Windows Server Backup||wbadmin|
|Active Directory Sites and Services||dssite.msc|
For more shortcut keys for windows (Windows Administrative Shortcut), see the following link. In this short guide, you have learned about Windows AD Administrative tools Shortcut.
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