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As Figure 11-4 shows, the MMC window consists of two panes: console tree and details. The left pane is the console tree. It provides a hierarchical list of nodes available in the console. At the top of the tree is the console root, which could be specifically labeled Console Root, or, as with the preconfigured tools, it is simply the snap-in name. Generally, snap-ins appear as nodes below the console root. Snap-ins can also have nodes, as is the case with Computer Management. In any case, if there are nodes below the console root, you can expand them by clicking the plus sign to the left of the node label or by double-clicking the node.
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Part 4: Managing Windows Server 2003 Systems
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MMC windows have a console tree and a details pane.
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The right pane is the details pane, and its contents change depending on the item you ve selected in the console tree. When you are working with one of the lowest-level nodes in the console tree, you ll sometimes have two views to choose from: standard or extended view. The difference between the two is that the extended view typically provides quick access links to related, frequently performed tasks and a detailed description of the selected item. These are not displayed in the standard view. One way to start a console tool is to select it on the Administrative Tools menu or doubleclick its icon on the desktop or in Windows Explorer. You can also start console tools from the Run dialog box and the command prompt. The executable for the MMC is Mmc.exe, and you can run it by typing mmc in the Run dialog box and clicking OK or by entering mmc at the command prompt. Either way, you ll end up with a blank (empty) console that you can use to design your custom administration tool. To use an existing console, you can specify the console file to open when the MMC runs. This is, in fact, how the preconfigured tools and any other tools that you create are launched. For example, if you right-click Computer Management on the Administrative Tools menu, and then select Properties, you ll see that the target (the command that is run) for the menu item is as follows:
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%SystemRoot%\System32\Compmgmt.msc /s
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Part 4: Managing Windows Server 2003 Systems
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Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Inside Out The first part of the target (%SystemRoot%\System32\Compmgmt.msc) is the file path to the associated Microsoft Saved Console (.msc) file. The second part of the target (/S) is a command parameter to use when running the MMC. It follows that you can run the MMC by specifying the file path to the .msc file to use and any necessary command parameters as well using the following syntax:
mmc FilePath Parameter(s)
where FilePath is the file path to the .msc file to use and Parameter(s) can include any of the following parameters:
/A /S
Enables author mode, which lets you make changes to preconfigured consoles as well as other consoles previously set in user mode. Prevents the console from displaying the splash screen that normally appears when the MMC starts in earlier versions of the Windows operating system. This parameter isn t needed when running on Windows Server 2003. Starts the 32-bit version of the MMC, which is needed only if you explicitly want to run the 32-bit version of the MMC on a 64-bit Windows system. Starts the 64-bit version of the MMC, which is available only on 64-bit Windows versions.
/32 /64
Inside Out
Using 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the MMC The /32 and /64 parameters are meaningful only on 64-bit Windows versions. The 64-bit versions of the Windows operating system can run both 32-bit and 64-bit versions of the MMC. For 32-bit versions of the MMC, you use 32-bit snap-ins. For 64-bit versions of the MMC, you use 64-bit snap-ins. You can t mix and match MMC and snap-in versions, though. The 32-bit version of the MMC can be used only to work with 32-bit snap-ins. Similarly, the 64-bit version of the MMC can be used only to work with 64-bit snap-ins. In most cases, if you aren t sure which version to use, don t use the /32 or /64 parameter. This lets the Windows operating system decide which version to use based on the snap-ins contained in the .msc file you are opening.
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