generate barcode using vb.net Appendix C Using and Customizing Microsoft Management Console in C#.NET

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Appendix C
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Figure C-3 You can use the Customize View dialog box to control arious elements of the MMC console, which are identified in Figure C-1.
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Shortcut menus Whether or not an Action menu or Action pane is present, you ll sometimes find that the easiest way to carry out an administrative task is to right-click the relevant item in the console tree or the Details pane and choose an action from the item s shortcut menu. That s because the shortcut menu always includes all the actions available for the selected item. (If you don t immediately find the command you need, look for an All Tasks command; the action you want is probably on the All Tasks submenu.) The shortcut menu also always includes a Help command. Working with content in the Details pane If the Details pane provides a tabular presentation, like the one shown in Figure C-2, you can manipulate content using the same techniques you use in Windows Explorer. You can sort by clicking column headings, control column width by dragging the borders between column headings (double-click a border to make a column just wide enough for the widest entry), and rearrange columns by dragging headings. To hide or display particular columns, look for a Add/Remove Columns command on the View menu. Here you can specify which columns you want to see in the Details pane, as well as the order in which you want to see them. Exporting Details pane data to text or .csv files Many MMC consoles include Action-menu commands for saving data in binary formats. In most consoles that produce tabular displays, however, you can also use the Export List command to generate a tab-delimited or comma-delimited text file, suitable for viewing in a word processing, spreadsheet, or database program. If this command is available, you ll find it on the Action menu or any shortcut menu.
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Creating your own MMC console or modifying an existing one involves the following steps (not necessarily in this order):
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Running MMC with no snap-in, or opening an existing MMC console in Author mode Displaying the console tree if it s not already visible Adding or removing snap-ins, folders, and, if appropriate, extensions (modules that extend the functionality of snap-ins) Adding taskpad views (customized pages that appear within the Details pane of a snap-in), if appropriate Manipulating windows and other display elements to taste Adding items to the Favorites menu, if appropriate Naming the console and choosing an icon for it Choosing Author mode or one of the three User modes Further restricting user options, if appropriate Using the File menu to save your .msc file
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To run MMC with no snap-in, simply type mmc on a command line. An empty, Authormode MMC console appears, as shown in Figure C-4 on the next page.
Appendix C
Running MMC with No Snap-In
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Figure C-4 An empty console document in MMC looks much like an empty document in other applications mostly white.
MMC is a multiple-document-interface (MDI) application (the Console Root window is a child window), although most of the consoles supplied with Windows do their best to disguise this fact. You can create consoles with multiple child windows, and those windows can be maximized, minimized, restored, resized, moved, cascaded, and tiled, all within the confines of the main MMC window.
Appendix C
Displaying the Console Tree
If the console tree is not visible in the application you re creating or modifying, choose Customize View from the View menu. In the Customize View dialog box (see Figure C3), select the Console Tree check box. Alternatively, if the standard toolbar is displayed, click the Show/Hide Console Tree button.
Adding Snap-Ins and Extensions
The contents of a console can consist of a single snap-in, or you can craft a hierarchically organized, completely personalized, everything-but-the-kitchen-sink management tool. To add a snap-in to your application: 1. Choose File, Add/Remove Snap-In (or press Ctrl+M) to display the dialog box shown in Figure C-5.
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