It sounds like you have a licensing issue; you may want to double-check that you have the correct number of licenses installed and that you do not have Terminal Server set up in application mode rather than remote-administration mode. As far as administering AD goes, try looking into UltraAdmin, a MS-certified tool that allows you to do exactly that and much more.
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