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10.6: Use Directory Utility in Snow Leopard Apps
Snow Leopard only hintIn 10.6, Apple moved Directory Utility to the /System » Library » CoreServices folder; you can launch it directly from there, if you wish.

However, the "official" way to get to Directory Utility now is through System Preferences » Accounts » Login Options. At the bottom of the panel you'll see Network Account Server; click on the Edit button and there is a listing of directory services. The button in the bottom left-hand corner says Open Directory Utility; click on this to launch.
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10.6: Use Directory Utility in Snow Leopard
Authored by: mael on Feb 05, '10 06:21:55AM

Thanks. I've always wondered where that went...



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10.6: Use Directory Utility in Snow Leopard
Authored by: bbulmer on Feb 19, '10 05:42:42PM

Actually, it just move to \System\Library\Core Services\

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Just my 2ยข worth....



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10.6: Use Directory Utility in Snow Leopard
Authored by: mattskic on Feb 21, '12 03:34:07PM

Forward slashes, forward slashes! Backslashes are only for Windoze.



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