Strategies to Minimize Logon Problems
The best way to solve a problem is to take all necessary measures to ensure that the problem doesn't happen in the first place. Although it is not possible to completely eliminate every source of failed logon problems, you can do a lot to keep your network users happy by taking a few
To fully understand how to troubleshoot problems with
Chapter 37. Windows 2000 and Windows Server 2003 User and Computer Management Utilities
SOME OF THE MAIN TOPICS IN THIS CHAPTER ARE
In Windows NT Server 4.0, every basic management task required you to use a different program: the User Manager, the Server Manager, and others. In Windows 2000 and Windows 2003 servers, the Microsoft Management Console (MMC) is the main interface for most all administrative tools. By using a common interface, MMC makes it easy to learn new utilities, because they all
The Microsoft Management Console
MMC is intended to provide a common interface into various administrative tools used with Windows 2000/XP/2003. Utilities are created as
that are loaded into the MMC application and presented to the
The MMC interface is not limited to Microsoft management applications. Many third-party applications also have designed snap-ins that can be used with MMC. The goal of this effort is to provide a consistent interface to manage not just the operating system and layered products, but also applications and utilities created for Windows platforms.
The right pane is usually used to display data or other information based on choices made in the left pane. For example, in the Computer Management administrative tool, you select Disk Defragmenter from the tree of options in the left pane, and the disk defragmenter displays disks that you can defragment, as well as the progress of the fragmentation process, in the pane on the right.
For the most common system management