Automate the installation of Active Directory tools with PowerShell

When Windows Server 2008 was released, one of my observations was that Microsoft brought Server Manager back. Server Manager for Windows Server 2008 is much different than the tool of the same name in Windows NT Server, but you can still do a lot of administrative work in the console.

In many domain environments, I like having the Active Directory tools available on my favorite administrative servers. It is easy to add the Active Directory tools through the Remote Administration feature of Server Manager, but you can automate this configuration with PowerShell on Windows Server 2008.

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