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As a system administrator, you have to face hundreds and thousands computers every day. To managing such a huge numbers of objects, searching is a frequent operation in the daily work. However, in a Windows Active Directory (AD) environment, there is no shortcut for searching objects on a client machine. You have to login into Domain controller (DC) to do this.
However, for Windows 7/8, the Active Directory search dialog are still available and can be opened in the following manner:
Start -> Run -> rundll32 dsquery,OpenQueryWindow
When the dialog appears, you can search Users, Groups, Computers, Prints and other objects in the domain area.