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The Windows Vista edition you purchase determines its basic feature set, and a standard installation makes all those features available without asking you (or allowing you, for that matter) to pick and choose. In addition to these core features, a small set of advanced and specialized features is available as well. To review this list and enable or disable any of the features on it, open the Programs menu in Control Panel and click Turn Windows Features On Or Off (under the Programs And Features heading). Compared to previous Windows versions, the number of available options is extremely limited. The Windows Features dialog box, shown in Figure 2-15 on the next page, indicates which features are available for your edition. A check mark means the feature is currently enabled, and a blank box means the feature is disabled. If you see a filled box, the feature is partially enabled; click the plus sign to the left of the entry to see more details about it.
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Figure 2-14 The yellow exclamation point oer the USB 2.0 Gigabit Adapter deice means you ll hae to manually locate and install a drier for this deice.
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Figure 2-15 Some of the features in this list are familiar, but most inole esoteric networking options. Click any item in the list to see descriptie help text for that option.
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By default, Windows Vista applies the Balanced power scheme, one of three predefined options, to all systems. These settings might not match your preference, especially if you want to have your system accessible from the network and available for in-person access without having to resume from hibernation. To change power schemes, open the Power Options dialog box (available from the System And Maintenance or Hardware And Sound menu in Control Panel) and choose one of the three options shown in Figure 2-16.
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Figure 2-16 Use the Create A Power Plan link in the Tasks pane to add to the list of ready-made power schemes. Click Change Plan Settings to adjust indiidual options for your new plan.
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The deeper you dig into Power Options, the more likely you are to discover a wealth of useful settings there, especially on notebook computers, where you can make adjustments that are different based on whether a system is running on batteries or on AC power.
Configure Remote Access Options
All Windows Vista editions support Remote Assistance, and by default all Windows Vista installations allow Remote Assistance connections with proper authentication. Business, Ultimate, and Enterprise editions support incoming Remote Desktop connections as well, a powerful option that allows you to log on to any Windows Vista system from across a network. By default, Remote Desktop connections are disabled. To change these settings, open System in Control Panel, click Remote Settings, and adjust the options shown under the Remote Desktop heading. In Figure 2-17 on the next page, for example, we ve allowed incoming connections only from computers where users log on using Network Level Authentication in Windows Vista.
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Figure 2-17 Allowing incoming Remote Desktop connections only from users who can authenticate using Network Leel Authentication with a strong password proides excellent security. For more details on how to use Remote Assistance, see Connecting to Another PC with Windows Remote Assistance, in 9 .
Set Up Additional User Accounts
If you anticipate that your computer will be used by more than one person, set up accounts for each additional user now. Creating standard accounts for users, as we ve done in Figure 2-18, ensures that they won t be fooled into accepting malware and will be unable to install unsigned device drivers that can cause system instability. They ll also be blocked from deleting essential system files.
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