How to add the Dial-in Tab in Windows 7

Home > Blogs > Windows 7 > How to add the Dial-in Tab in Windows 7

How to add the Dial-in Tab in Windows 7

Like This Blog 11 Rick Trader
Added by September 5, 2014

After downloading and installing the Remote Sever Administration Tools (RSAT) in Windows 7 the Dial-in tab is missing in both the Active Directory Administrative Center (ADAC) (See figure 1 ).and Active Directory Users and Computers (ADUC) (See figure 2 ).


Figure 1


Figure 2

To add the Dial-in properties tab, copy the following files from a Windows 2008 R2 x64 server to the Windows 7 Desktop.













Once you have copied the files to your desktop, copy the files to the appropriate C:\Windows\System32 or C:\Windows\System32\en-US folder.

Open the Command Prompt with Administrative rights type the following command (See figure 3).

regsvr32.exe rasuser.dll


Figure 3

Ensure a dialog box opens the rasuser.dll was successfully registered (See figure 4).


Figure 4

If you have either ADAC or ADUC open you will need to close and reopen the tool.  The Dial in Tab is now available in the user property in both the Active Directory Administrative Center (See figure 5) and the Active Directory Users and Computers (See figure 6).


Figure 5


Figure 6

Until next, time Ride Safe!

Rick Trader

Windows Server Instructor – Interface Technical Training

Phoenix, AZ

Videos You May Like

Creating Users and Managing Passwords in Microsoft Office 365

0 642 3

In this Office 365 training video, instructor Spike Xavier demonstrates how to create users and manage passwords in Office 365.   For instructor-led Office 365 training classes, see our course schedulle: Spike Xavier SharePoint Instructor – Interface Technical Training Phoenix, AZ 20347: Enabling and Managing Office 365    

Subnetting a TCP/IP Network using the Magic Box Method

0 1630 5

See our class schedule for complete Course Schedule Training. Classes are held in Phoenix, AZ and can be attended online from anywhere in the world with RemoteLive™. Instructor: Rick Trader  Video Transcription: One of the things that we might have to do in our corporate network is to take a class of IP addresses and then subnet that into … Continue reading Subnetting a TCP/IP Network using the Magic Box Method

Detailed Forensic Investigation of Malware Infections – April 21, 2015

4 608 5

How does an investigator hunt down and identify unknown malware? In this recording of our IT Security training webinar on April 21, 2015, Security expert Mike Danseglio (CISSP / CEH) performed several malware investigations on infected computers and identify symptoms, find root cause, and follow the leads to determine what’s happening. He demonstrated his preferred … Continue reading Detailed Forensic Investigation of Malware Infections – April 21, 2015

Write a Comment

See what people are saying...

  1. Avatar TheLos

    HOLY HELL I just found this. I have been having this issue for months. Tried every instruction I could find. This actually WORKED! Thank you!!

  2. Avatar Guled

    It worked thanks mate Rick Trader 🙂

  3. Avatar henry

    it works perfect in win 7 x64. Thanks a lot!

  4. Avatar Thibault KIPP

    Script should also copy the DLLs to SysWOW64 in order for the regsvr32 command to work on Win 7 64bits.

  5. Avatar Sara

    This did not work on 64x for Win 7…is there more for this system?

  6. Avatar James

    did not work on windows 7 x 64

  7. Avatar Thomas Rice

    Thanks for this, it worked.

    You do have one typo here C:\Windows\System\rtrfiltr.dll

    Should be System32. Took me a minute to figure it out.

  8. Avatar Joshua

    That worked for me as well. However, as Kevin pointed out, the listed file names still don’t match the screenshots. mprsnap.dll.mui is listed 3 times.

  9. Avatar Bob

    Just wanted to let you know that it works. Thanks a lot.

  10. Avatar Interface Technical Training

    Thanks Kevin, we fixed it 🙂

  11. Avatar Kevin Brock

    Just wanted to point out that the listed file names don’t match the screenshots… 🙂

Share your thoughts...

Please fill out the comment form below to post a reply.