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Figure 3-3 Snap-ins and extensions
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Some stand-alone snap-ins can use extensions that provide additional functionality, for example, Computer Management. However, some snap-ins, like Event Viewer, can act as either a snap-in or an extension.
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Use console options to determine how each MMC operates by selecting the appropri ate console mode. The console mode determines the MMC functionality for the person who is using a saved MMC. The two available console modes are author mode and user mode.
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Note Additional console options can be set using Group Policy. For information on setting group policies, see 11, Administering Group Policy.
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When you save an MMC in author mode, you enable full access to all MMC function ality, which includes modifying the MMC. Save the MMC using author mode to allow those using it to do the following:
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Add or remove snap-ins. Create new windows.
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Customizing MMCs
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View all portions of the console tree. Save MMCs.
Note
By default, all new MMCs are saved in author mode.
Usually, if you plan to distribute an MMC to other administrators, you save the MMC in user mode. When you set an MMC to user mode, users cannot add snap-ins to, remove snap-ins from, or save the MMC. There are three types of user modes that allow different levels of access and function ality. Table 3-4 describes when to use each type of user mode.
Table 3-4
MMC User Mode Types
Use when You want to allow users to navigate between snap-ins, open new windows, and gain access to all portions of the console tree. You do not want to allow users to open new windows or gain access to a portion of the console tree. You want to allow users to view multiple windows in the console. You do not want to allow users to open new windows or gain access to a portion of the console tree. You want to allow users to view only one window in the console.
User mode Full access
Limited access, multiple windows
Limited access, single window
Using MMCs for Remote Administration
When you create custom MMCs, you can set up a snap-in for remote administration. Remote administration allows you to perform administrative tasks from any location. For example, you can use a computer running Windows XP Professional with Service Pack 1 or the 329357 hotfix applied to perform administrative tasks on a computer run ning Windows Server 2003. You cannot use all snap-ins for remote administration; the design of each snap-in dictates whether or not you can use it for remote administration. To perform remote administration:
You can use snap-ins from computers running different editions of the Windows Server 2003 family. You must use specific snap-ins designed for remote administration. If the snap-in is available for remote administration, Windows Server 2003 prompts you to choose the target computer to administer.
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Administering Active Directory
Suppose you need to administer Windows Server 2003 from a Windows XP Profes sional desktop. Because Windows XP Professional does not provide the same level of administrative tools as Windows Server 2003, you will need to install a more complete set of tools on the Professional desktop. By accessing the server and executing the Adminpak.msi file located at %Systemroot%\System32, you can copy the administrative tools onto the Professional desktop. Then configure each tool for use with the server. One benefit of installing the entire package is that it includes the Active Directory Man agement MMC, which contains the three major Active Directory MMCs and the DNS MMC. Note that some tools may be installed that are not actually running on the server; the Windows Server 2003 Administration Tools Setup Wizard is simply a means for loading administrative tools to a remote machine.
The Adminpak.msi can be used to repair console issues related to file cor ruption. For example, if you find that you can no longer open a console, such as the DNS console, you should try reinstalling Adminpak.msi.
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Creating Custom MMCs
To create a custom MMC, you must open an empty console and then add the snap-ins needed to perform the desired administrative tasks. To create a custom MMC, complete the following steps: 1. Click Start and point to Run. 2. Type mmc in the Run box, and then click OK. An MMC window opens, titled Console1 and containing a window titled Console Root. This is an empty MMC. 3. Maximize the Console1 and Console Root windows. 4. On the File menu, click Add/Remove Snap-In. 5. In the Standalone tab in the Add/Remove Snap-In dialog box, click Add. 6. In the Add Standalone Snap-In dialog box, shown in Figure 3-4, select the snapin you want to add and click Add. In some instances, the snap-in is simply added to the MMC. In other cases, MMC requires you to specify additional details for the snap-in in a dialog box or through a wizard.
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