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Missing Local Users and Groups folder

by The ancient one / January 3, 2013 10:34 AM PST

Going into Start > Control Panel (Classic View) > Administrative Tools >
Computer Management > System Tools, we should see:
Event Viewer
Shared Folders
Local Users and Groups
Performance Logs and Alerts
Device Manager
>
However, I have found that the Local Users and Groups folder is missing. Is there anyway to get this folder and put it where it belongs? I am not using any other local users than myself nor are there any groups. In the control panel under Group Accounts is shows me and listing administrator below my name and listing Guests as turned off.

Using Win XPsp3 on a generic computer

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Depends on version of XP
by wpgwpg / January 3, 2013 11:26 AM PST

The Professional version of XP has this, but the Home version doesn't. Which version of XP are you asking about?

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RE:Depends on Version
by The ancient one / January 3, 2013 11:56 PM PST

It is the Home version. So I guess that solves the problem.
Thanks

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