A. Windows NT 4.0 had a large number of applications for domain and system management which have been replaced in Windows 2000 as, or part of, a MMC snap-in. The table below shows mapping of 4.0 application to MMC snap-in.

In many situations the 2000 has its own snap-in but is usually called from a larger group snap-in, e.g. Computer Management MMC snap-in which contains many other snap-ins.

4.0 Application Windows 2000 snap-in Notes
Backup (NTBACKUP.EXE) NTBACUP.EXE New utility but same name. Does not use MMC as may be called from command prompt as part of automated procedure. Based on Seagate technology
Disk Administrator (WINDISK.EXE) Disk Management By default in Computer Manager MSC file, Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Storage - Disk Management
Event Viewer (EVENTVWR.EXE) Event Viewer By default in Computer Manager MSC file, Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - System Tools - Event Viewer
License Manager (LLSMGR.EXE) LLSMGR.EXE Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Licensing
Migration Tool to Netware (NWCONV.EXE)    
Network Client Administrator (NCADMIN.EXE) Remote Install Service Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Active Directory Users and Computers - Select computer - Remote Install tab
Performance Monitor (PERFMON.EXE) Performance Logs and Alerts By default in Computer Manager MSC file, Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - System Tools - Performance Logs and Alerts
Remote Access Admin (RASADMIN.EXE) Routing and Remote Access By default in Computer Manager MSC file, Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - Server Applications and Services - Routing and Remote Access
Server Manager (SRVMGR.EXE) Active Directory Users and Computers Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Active Directory Users and Computers - Select Domain - Computers branch

Promote of a machine to a domain controller is via DCPROMO.EXE utility

System Policy Editor (POLEDIT.EXE) Group Policy Editor Right click on a container, select Properties and select Group Policy tab.
User Manager for Domains (USRMGR.EXE) Active Directory Users and Computers Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Active Directory Users and Computers - Select Domain - Users branch
User Manager for Domains (USRMGR.EXE) - Trusts Active Directory Domains and Trusts Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Active Directory Domains and Trusts - Right click domain - Select Properties - Select Trusts tab 
User Manager for Domains (USRMGR.EXE) - Account Policies Group Policy Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Active Directory Users and Computers - Right click on Domain - Select Properties - Select Group Policy - select Domain Policy and click Edit - Computer Configuration - Windows Settings - Account Policies
User Manager for Domains (USRMGR.EXE) - User Rights Group Policy Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Active Directory Users and Computers - Right click on Domain - Select Properties - Select Group Policy - select Domain Policy (or a container) and click Edit - Computer Configuration - Windows Settings - Local Policies - User Rights Assignment
User Manager for Domains (USRMGR.EXE) - Audit Group Policy Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Active Directory Users and Computers - Right click on Domain - Select Properties - Select Group Policy - select Domain Policy (or a container) and click Edit - Computer Configuration - Windows Settings - Local Policies - Audit Policy
Windows Diagnositics (WINMSD.EXE) System Information By default in Computer Manager MSC file, Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - Computer Management - System Tools - System Information
Domain Network Services (DNS) DNS Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - DNS
Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) DHCP Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - DHCP
WINS WINS Start - Programs - Administrative Tools - WINS