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Figure B-4. You can set cursor size, the size of your command history buffer, and other specifications on the Options tab.
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Running MMC Consoles . . . . . . . . . . . 1210 Using MMC Consoles. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1211 Creating Your Own MMC Consoles . . . 1213
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Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is an application that hosts administrative tools. By itself, MMC performs no administrative services. Rather, it acts as host for one or more modules called snap-ins. The snap-ins do the useful work. MMC simply provides user-interface consistency so that you or the users you support see more or less the same style of application each time you need to carry out some kind of management task. The combination of MMC with one or more snap-ins is called an MMC console. Creating snap-ins requires expertise in ActiveX programming. You don t have to be a programmer, however, to make your own custom MMC consoles. All you need to do is run MMC, start with a blank console, and add one or more of the snap-ins available on your system. (You ll find a list of these in one of MMC s dialog boxes.) Alternatively, you can customize some of the MMC consoles supplied by Microsoft or other vendors simply by adding or removing snap-ins.
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MMC works identically in all versions of Microsoft Windows XP However, certain MMC snap. ins are not included in Windows XP Home Edition; see Table C-1 on page 1216 for details.
Note MMC snap-ins are not stored as executable files and cannot be opened directly from a command line or from Windows Explorer unless they are first added to a console and saved using the .msc extension. Typically, snap-ins are contained in dynamic link libraries (DLLs), and details about a snap-in must be added to the registry before you can add the snap-in to an MMC console. You can view details about all available snap-ins by opening Registry Editor (Regedit.exe) and browsing to HKLM\Software\Microsoft\MMC\SnapIns.
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Microsoft Windows XP Inside Out, Second Edition Why might you want to customize your MMC consoles Because neither Microsoft nor any other vendor can anticipate your every need and desire. Perhaps you would like to take some of the functionality from two or more existing MMC consoles and combine them into a single console. (You might, for example, want to combine the Fax Service Management console with the Event Viewer console, the latter filtered to show only those events generated by the Fax service.) Or perhaps you would like to simplify some of the existing consoles by removing snap-ins that you seldom use. You also might find MMC customization worthwhile if you support others in your organization who occasionally need to perform administrative tasks. You can set up consoles that supply only the functionality that your colleagues need, removing or disabling components that might be distracting or confusing. Some of the snap-ins available on your system, for example, are designed to administer remote as well as local computers. If the user you re supporting needs to be able to administer only his or her own machine, you might want to create a custom console for that person that has remote-administration capabilities disabled.
Appendix C
Running MMC Consoles
MMC consoles have, by default, the extension .msc, and .msc files are associated by default with MMC. Thus you can run any MMC console by double-clicking its file name in a Windows Explorer window or by specifying the file name on a command line. MMC consoles can be run in author mode or in three varieties of user mode. Author mode gives you full access to MMC s menus and options. In user modes, elements of MMC s functionality are removed. By default, when you run an MMC console, the console runs in the mode it was last saved in. But you can always run any console in any mode you need to.
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