Administrative Tools Folder is Empty. The Administrative Tools Folder is there but there is NOTHING in it. I recently removed the Terminal Server Machime from a redundant domain and added it to a new domain. Please advise, Many Thanks. Windows Server 2003 By: Ken Mayer. Certification windows server 2019 administrative tools folder empty Jul 18, 2011 The folder administrative tools is empty? How do I find those tools? My computer came with Windows 7 installed. Thank you kindly for any help you can offer. Nancy
Mar 20, 2011 Since I did not want all users to access the admin tools, I moved them all over to my profile therefore nothing appeared on the Start Menu Administration Tools THEREFORE, if one has LOST the admin tools in the start menu it is because they have removed the folder C: \Users\All Tools windows server 2019 administrative tools folder empty
I'm running windows server 2008 and for some reason my start menu folder Administrative Tools is empty. I don't know when it became empty or why. I don't use the server too much as I haven't migrated to it. I was messing with some settings a few weeks ago. Jun 20, 2018 In Windows 10 Administration, you will find all the necessary Windows management tools to configure and optimize the system to achieve optimal performance on the system, as well as monitoring functions to help you to identify potential weaknesses and problems faster Recognize. Dec 19, 2012 Windows Server. Since then my administrative tools are missing in Start Menu and in Control Panel. The folder is there, but it is COMPLETELY empty. windows server 2019 administrative tools folder empty Aug 01, 2012 Unfortunately I messed up and now the Administrative Tools folder is empty when I try to access it from the start menu. However, they are still available from Start Run: Tools It's just the shortcut on the Start Menu that's messed up. Apr 27, 2011 Administrative Tools is a folder in Control Panel that contains tools for system administrators and advanced users. The tools in the folder might vary depending on which edition of Windows 7 you are using. This will show you how to restore the default Administrative Tools and it's shortcuts in Windows 7.