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3 Select the reports to generate In the Report Selection dialog box, you can decide to generate reports on user and computer accounts that have been migrated, account references, and name conflicts, as well as expired accounts, as shown in the following screen:
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10 Configuring Windows Server 2003 11 Windows Server 2003 MMC Administration 12 Managing Windows Server 2003 13 Managing and Troubleshooting Hardware 14 Managing the Registry 15 Performance Monitoring and Tuning 16 Comprehensive Performance Analysis and Logging 285 305 341 377 409 449 485
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Optimizing the Menu System . . . . . . . . 285 Customizing the Desktop and the Taskbar . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 293 Optimizing Toolbars . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 301
When you set out to work with Microsoft Windows Server 2003, one of the first things you ll notice is that the desktop and Start menu are different from previous editions of the Windows operating system. For starters, the desktop is empty or practically so because the only item on it is the Recycle Bin and there s a new Start menu. Beyond that, though, the interface changes from Microsoft Windows 2000 to Windows Server 2003 are minor. In fact, you ll find most of the tools that you want to work with are right where they were in Windows 2000. However, for those coming from Microsoft Windows NT to Windows Server 2003, the interface represents a significant change, the biggest of which has to do with the use of the Microsoft Management Console (MMC). Although most system functions still are controlled through Control Panel, many administrative functions are now accessed by using the MMC. You ll find there are many prepackaged administration tools for the MMC, many of which are accessible from the Administrative Tools menu. But the true power of the MMC is in its extensible framework that lets you build your own administration tools. This chapter is the first of two that focus on customizing the configuration of Windows Server 2003. In this chapter, you ll learn how to customize the operating system interface. In 11, Windows Server 2003 MMC Administration, you ll learn how to use and customize the MMC using the extensible framework provided by Microsoft. As you ll see, once you optimize the environment, you ll be well on your way to mastering Windows Server 2003.
Optimizing the Menu System
Way back in 1, Introducing Windows Server 2003, we talked about some of the interface changes in Windows Server 2003, focusing on the changes to the Start menu and discussing how you could choose to use either the simple or the Classic Start menu. Basically, you right-click the Start button, select Properties to display the Taskbar And Start Menu Properties dialog box, and then select either Start Menu (for the simple Start menu) or Classic Start Menu. That is one way to change the interface. Now let s look at other ways you can change the interface, starting with how you can control the content of the Start menu.
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Modifying the Start Menu Content
Regardless of whether you choose to use the simple or Classic Start menu, you can customize the menu by adding, removing, moving, copying, sorting, and renaming menu items. The simple Start menu does have a slight advantage over the Classic Start menu in the area of customization, however. As Figure 10-1 shows, this menu has the following features:
Pinned items list
Appears in the upper-left corner of the menu and allows you to add items that should always appear on the menu. If you no longer want an item to appear on the list, you can remove it as well. Appears below the pinned items list and shows the most frequently used programs. The Windows operating system manages this list automatically based on your program usage, but you can control the number of items that appear here and can remove items from the list. You can t add items to this list, however. Appears in the lower-left corner of the menu and provides access to the program menus. The items that appear here are the same as you see when you are using the Classic Start menu and click Programs, including any items that normally appear above the Programs menu. You can rearrange the items to meet your needs and preferences.
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