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AD Domains and Trustsdomain.msc
Active Directory Managementadmgmt.msc
AD Sites and Servicesdssite.msc
AD Users and Computersdsa.msc
ADSI Editadsiedit.msc
Authorization managerazman.msc
Certification Authority Managementcertsrv.msc
Certificate Templatescerttmpl.msc
Cluster Administratorcluadmin.exe
Computer Managementcompmgmt.msc
Component Servicescomexp.msc
Configure Your Servercys.exe
Device Managerdevmgmt.msc
DHCP Managementdhcpmgmt.msc
Disk Defragmenterdfrg.msc
Disk Managerdiskmgmt.msc
Distributed File Systemdfsgui.msc
DNS Managementdnsmgmt.msc
Event Viewereventvwr.msc
Indexing Service Managementciadv.msc
IP Address Manageipaddrmgmt.msc
Licensing Managerllsmgr.exe
Local Certificates Managementcertmgr.msc
Local Group Policy Editorgpedit.msc
Local Security Settings Managersecpol.msc
Local Users and Groups Managerlusrmgr.msc
Network Load balancingnlbmgr.exe
Performance Monitorperfmon.msc
PKI Viewerpkiview.msc
Public Key Managementpkmgmt.msc
QoS Control Managementacssnap.msc
Remote Desktopstsmmc.msc
Remote Storage Administrationrsadmin.msc
Removable Storagentmsmgr.msc
Removable Storage Operator Requestsntmsoprq.msc
Routing and Remote Access Managerrrasmgmt.msc
Resultant Set of Policyrsop.msc
Schema managementschmmgmt.msc
Services Managementservices.msc
Shared Foldersfsmgmt.msc
SID Security Migrationsidwalk.msc
Telephony Managementtapimgmt.msc
Terminal Server Configurationtscc.msc
Terminal Server Licensinglicmgr.exe
Terminal Server Managertsadmin.exe
UDDI Services Managementuddi.msc
Windows Management Instrumentationwmimgmt.msc
WINS Server managerwinsmgmt.msc

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