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Part 4: Managing Windows Server 2003 Systems
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You can add or remove startup programs for individual users as well, such as the administrator. To do this, log on as the user whose startup applications you want to manage. Right-click Start, and then select Explore from the shortcut menu. This opens Windows Explorer with the %UserProfile%\Start Menu folder selected. In the left pane, double-click the Programs folder under Start Menu, and then click Startup. You can now add or remove startup programs for this user as discussed previously.
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out User-specified programs that run in the background are only one type of program that is displayed in the notification area. Some programs, such as Automatic Updates, are managed by the Windows operating system. For example, Automatic Updates runs periodically to check for updates to the operating system. When an update is detected, the user can be notified and given the opportunity to apply the update. Other types of programs are configured during installation to run in the background at startup, such as an antivirus program. You can typically enable or disable the display of notification area icons related to these programs through the setup options in the related applications. Windows Server 2003 also provides a common interface for controlling whether the icons for these programs are displayed in the notification area. This allows you to specify whether and how icons are displayed on a perprogram basis. To control the display of icons in the notification area, right-click the taskbar, and then choose Properties from the shortcut menu. If you want all icons to be displayed, clear the Hide Inactive Icons option, and then click OK. If you want to customize the appearance of icons, select the Hide Inactive Icons option, and then click Customize. This displays the Customize Notifications dialog box shown in Figure 10-4.
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You can customize notifications for notification area items.
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You can now optimize the notification behavior for current items displayed in the notification area as well as items that were displayed in the past but aren t currently active. The Name column shows the name of the program. The Behavior column shows the currently selected notification behavior, which is typically Hide When Inactive, but which can also be set to Always Hide or Always Show.
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Configuring Windows Server 2003 Note
When the Hide Inactive Icons option is selected in the Taskbar And Start Menu Properties dialog box, you can right-click in the notification area and then select Customize Notifications to directly access the Customize Notifications dialog box.
Optimizing Toolbars
Several custom toolbars are available for the taskbar. The toolbar that most people are familiar with is the Quick Launch toolbar, which provides quick access to commonly used programs and the Windows desktop. The taskbar can display other toolbars that come with Windows Server 2003, and you can create you own toolbars as well.
Customizing the Quick Launch Toolbar
The Quick Launch toolbar includes buttons that provide quick access to the Windows desktop and the default Web browser, usually Internet Explorer. If your organization has custom applications or a preferred suite of applications, you can add buttons for these applications on the Quick Launch toolbar. If applications are no longer used, you can later remove the additional buttons. You can add a button to the Quick Launch toolbar by clicking the item or existing shortcut that you want to place on the toolbar, holding the mouse button, and dragging the item or shortcut onto the Quick Launch toolbar. When you are in the location where you want to place the item or shortcut, release the mouse button. To remove a button from the Quick Launch toolbar, right-click the button on the toolbar, and then choose Delete from the shortcut menu. When prompted to confirm the action, click Yes.
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