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Part 4: Managing Windows Server 2003 Systems
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In author mode, consoles have additional options that help you design the
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In user mode, consoles are restricted and the design cannot be changed.
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In author mode, you also have a Favorites menu, which is used to add and organize favorites. The Favorites menu does not appear in the user mode. When you are finished designing a console tool, you should change to user mode. Console tools should be run in user mode, and author mode should be used only for configuring console tools. Three user-mode levels are defined:
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User mode full access
Users can access all window management commands in the MMC but can t add or remove snap-ins or change console properties. Users can access only the areas of the console tree that were visible when the console was saved. Users can create new windows but cannot close existing windows. Users can access only the areas of the console tree that were visible when the console was saved and are prevented from opening new windows.
User mode limited access, multiple window
User mode limited access, single window
A console s mode is stored when you save the console and is applied when you open the console. In author mode, you can change the console mode by using the Options dialog box, which is displayed by selecting Options from the File menu. You cannot change the mode when a console is running in user mode. That doesn t mean you can t change back to author mode, however, and then make further changes as necessary. To open any existing console tool in author mode, right-click the tool s icon, and choose Author. This works for the preconfigured administration tools as well. Simply right-click the related menu item on the Administrative Tools menu, and then choose Author. You will then have full design control over the console, but remember that if you make changes, you probably don t want to overwrite the existing .msc file for the console. So, instead of choosing Save from the File menu after you make changes, choose Save As, and save the console with a different name, location, or both. Tip Another way to enter author mode is to use the /A parameter when starting the console tool from the command line or the Run dialog box.
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Group Policy settings can control authoring and snap-in availability Remember that at any time, a user with appropriate permissions can enter author mode by right-clicking the console and selecting Author or by running the console tool from the command line with the /A switch. In author mode, users could change the configuration of the tool. One way to prevent this is to restrict authoring in Group Policy. You can restrict all authoring by users at the local machine, OU, or domain level by enabling Restrict The User From Entering Author Mode in User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Microsoft Management Console within Group Policy. You can set specific restricted and permitted snap-ins and extensions as well. One way to do this is first to prohibit the use of all snap-ins by enabling Restrict Users To The Explicitly Permitted List Of Snap-Ins in User Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Microsoft Management Console within Group Policy. Then specifically enable the snap-ins and extensions that are permitted. All other snap-ins and extensions would then be prohibited. Alternatively, you can disable Restrict Users To The Explicitly Permitted List Of Snap-Ins and then explicitly prohibit snap-ins by disabling them. All other snap-ins and extensions would then be permitted. Be sure to read 38, Managing Group Policy, before you try to implement Group Policy or make changes to Group Policy Objects. If you get into trouble, such as could happen if you prohibit all snap-ins but neglect to enable snap-ins needed for management, you can reset Group Policy to its default configuration by using the Dcgpofix command-line utility as discussed in the section entitled Fixing Default Group Policy, on page 1324.
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