Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) and Active Directory Lightweight Directory Services (AD LDS) Tools includes Active Directory Administrative Center; Active Directory Domains and Trusts; Active
Directory Sites and Services; Active Directory Users and Computers; ADSI Edit; DCPromo.exe; LDP.exe; NetDom.exe; NTDSUtil.exe; RepAdmin.exe;
Active Directory module for Windows PowerShell; DCDiag.exe; DSACLs.exe; DSAdd.exe; DSDBUtil.exe; DSMgmt.exe; DSMod.exe; DSMove.exe; DSQuery.exe; DSRm.exe;
Need to clarify the table titled "RSAT Platform and Tools Support Matrix" is actually the "RSAT Platform and Tools Support Matrix for Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
Please correct the following two points in the Support Matrix for RDS:
1. Remote Desktop Services Manager should be removed since this tool does not exist in Windows 8.
2. Need to add the following note: Server Manager is included with the RSAT tools and should be used for administration of all other RDS role services except RD Gateway and RD Licensing.
In the Support Matrix Hyper-V Tools Win 8 column, we need to add a note that the Hyper-V Manager console doesn’t support managing Hyper-V servers running Server 2008 or Server 2008 R2.
At this moment (8:50 am MST, Aug. 16, 2012) it seems that the download links are down, leading to a 404 error. Is there a newer version of RSAT available? Thanks.
What happened to Remote Desktops feature. We used this a lot to manage our multiple Terminal Server environment for software updates/installs as well as troubleshooting. Am I missing something or has this been removed?
What is the word regarding Server 2012 RSAT for Win 7 clients? Any details there?
If you installed "RSAT for 8.1 Preview" on your Windows 8.1 RTM box, make sure you remove this version RSAT tools through "Turn Windows Features On or Off" before applying the "RSAT for Windows 8.1" (www.microsoft.com/.../details.aspx) that were released on 10/17/13
How's about WIndows Server 2012 RSAT for Server 2008 or Windows 7? Seems a bit silly to have to buy license for 2012 to manage it from 2012 when the UI for 2012 still needs years of work to improve it from the tablet centric Windows 8 UI. We have no desire to install windows 2012 anywhere except where required as a prerequisite for other services (AD, Exchange).