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13: Understanding Windows
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The Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is simply a shell program in Windows 2000 and XP that holds individual utilities called snap-ins You can start the MMC by selecting Start | Run and typing in MMC to get a blank MMC Blank MMCs aren t much to look at (Figure 1346) You make a blank MMC console useful by adding snap-ins, and most of the utilities you use in Windows are really snap-ins Even the good old Device Manager is a snap-in You can add as many snap-ins as you like, and there are many to choose from Many companies sell third-party utilities as MMC snap-ins For example, to add the Device Manager snap-in, open the blank MMC, select File (Console in Windows 2000) | Add/ Remove Snap-in, and then click the Add button to open the Add Standalone Snap-in dialog box Here you will see a list of available snap-ins (Figure 1347) Select Device Manager and click the Add button to open a dialog box that prompts you to choose the local or a remote PC for the snap-in to work with Choose Local Computer for this exercise, and click the Finish button Click the Close button to close the Add Standalone Snap-in dialog box, and then click OK to close the Add/Remove Snap-in dialog box You should see Device Manager listed in the console Click it Hey, that looks kind of familiar, doesn t it (See Figure 1348) Once you ve added the snap-ins you want, just save the console under any name, anywhere you want I ll save this console as Device Manager,
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Creating a Custom MMC
You ll work with the MMC many times in the chapters ahead, and the CompTIA A+ certification exams expect you to know the tool fairly well Nothing beats doing it to learn how to use something, so try this! Open a blank MMC, as discussed previously, and then add some snap-ins to create a custom MMC Need some suggestions 1 2 3 4 You ve used Disk Defragmenter, so add it Since you played extensively with Disk Management, add it, too Finally, add Device Manager well, just because Now experiment with the MMC to see how useful it can be to have one custom-made!
for example, and drop it on my desktop (see Figure 1349) I m now just a double-click away from the Device Manager!
Administrative Tools
Windows 2000 and XP have combined almost all of the snap-ins into an applet in the Control Panel called Administrative Tools Open the Control Panel and open Administrative Tools (Figure 1350) Administrative Tools is really just a folder that stores a number of premade consoles As you poke through these, you ll notice that many of the consoles share some of the same snap-ins nothing wrong with that Of the consoles in a standard Administrative Tools collection, the ones you ll spend the most time with are Computer Management, Event Viewer, Performance, and Services
Figure 1349
The Device Manager shortcut on the desktop
The CompTIA A+ certification exams have little interest in some of these snap-ins, so this book won t cover them all If I don t mention it, it s almost certainly not on the exams!
Figure 1350
Administrative Tools
13: Understanding Windows
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Disk Management
You spent a lot of time in Disk Management in 10, so turn back there now and see if you can answer these questions What types of RAID can you implement on a Windows XP Professional computer Can you boot to your Windows CD (a given) and run Disk Management from the Recovery Console Can you use Disk Management to make a volume that spans multiple disks, or do you need to use a third-party utility
Computer Management The Computer Management applet is a tech s best buddy, or at least a place where you ll spend a lot of time when building or maintaining a system (Figure 1351) You ve already spent considerable time with two of its components, System Tools and Storage System Tools offers System Information, Performance Logs and Alerts, Device Manager, and more Storage is where you ll find Disk Management Each of these tools is of particular interest to techs, as you ve seen earlier and will see again in s 15 and 23 Event Viewer Event Viewer enables you to tell at a glance what has happened in the last day, week, or more, including when people logged in and when the PC had problems (Figure 1352) You ll see more of Event Viewer in 23
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