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The View menu enables you to make changes for the appearance of the console and your snap-ins. You have the following options: Choose Columns This feature enables you to change the column labels that appear in the right-pane. For example, in the DNS snap-in, you can expand the DNS server and select a desired DNS zone. The zones appear in the right-pane giving you the name, type, and status. I can use the Choose Columns option to change which columns are displayed for the snap-in. Large Icons This feature provides large icons in the details pane of the console.
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Small Icons This feature provides small icons in the details pane of the console. List This feature provides small icons in a list format in the details pane of the console. Detail This feature provides the list with column information. Advanced This feature turns on the advanced information features of the console. The Advanced option makes certain information, such as security, available in some snap-ins that have advanced features. Filter Some snap-ins have a Filter option that appears in the View menu. For example, DNS has the feature. Filter enables you to filter certain names so that you are not overwhelmed with console information. In other words, the filter helps you to display only information you want. Customize The Customize option gives you a Customize View window, shown in Figure B-9. You can use these check boxes to customize the console appearance as desired.
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Figure B-9: Customize View window
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You see a Favorites menu and a Favorites tab in the MMC. This is a takeoff of Internet Explorer s favorites list, which you create as you bookmark Web sites you like. In a similar manner, you can add items to a favorites list in a console. For example, let s say that I like to check my system s interrupt request lines (IRQs) on a regular basis. (Hey, this is just an example.) I have the Computer Management snap-in loaded. I can examine those pesky IRQs by expanding Computer Management, expanding System Tools, expanding Hardware Resources, and then selecting IRQs or I can just add
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IRQs to my favorites list, click the Favorites tab, and see them easily whenever I want, as shown in Figure B-10.
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Figure B-10: Favorites list
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You can manage your favorites by using the Favorites menu. You have two options here. First, you can choose to add an item to your favorites list. Just select the desired item in the console and click Favorites Add to Favorites. In a likewise manner, you click Favorites Organize Favorites to open a simple organization window. Here, you can delete items, rename then, move them to various folders, and even create folders within your favorites list.
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The MMC includes an important feature that you can use to greatly simplify difficult administrative tasks, or one that you can use to make things easier for inexperienced personnel. That feature is taskpad views. Taskpad views enable to you to create a custom view of the details pane of the console or generate icons that enable you to start certain functions with only a double-click (like a shortcut). You have a number of options with taskpad views, and as I think you will see, you can use them for a variety of situations. The following steps show you how to create a new taskpad view: 1. Select the desired snap-in in the console and then click Action New Taskpad View. 2. The New TaskPad View Wizard appears. Click Next on the Welcome screen. 3. In the Taskpad Display window, shown in Figure B-11, select a style for the Taskpad by clicking the Vertical List, Horizontal List, or No List radio button.
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