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    I'm Logged On as 'Administrator' in Windows Server 2003.
    When I access the 'Active Directory Users and Computers' Interface,
    I do the following ....
    /Active Directory Users and Computers/Usrs/Domain Useres/
    then 'Right Click' on Domain Users, I get the following.....
    Access is Denied
    Facility: WIN32
    ID no: c0070005
    Microsoft Active Directory -
    Exchange Extension

    I then .... Click 'OK'
    Click 'Properties' and reseive the following error.....

    mmc.exe Application Error
    X The Instruction at .........
    Referenced memory at ..........
    The memory could not be written

    Any help would be appreciated.


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    Re: Access Denied

    Originally posted by jonfioravan View Post
    Looged On as 'Administrator' in Windows Server 2003. When I access 'Active Directory Users and Computers/Users/Domain Users/
    and Right Click_ Properties_ I receive the Error :
    Server: Active Directory Users
    Access Denied
    Facility: WIBN32
    ID no: c0070005
    Microsoft Active Directory - Exchange Extension

    Can anyone Help?

    Thanks in Advance,

    Looks like an effective "double post" to me. Frowned upon in these parts. I'd start groveling now or expect the worst.


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      Re: Access Denied

      Congratulations Jon, you have double posted, which is against the rules of these Forums, and as such you have won a 2 week ban so you can learn the Posting Rules better.
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