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Advanced Snap-ins

Of course, the snap-ins we've discussed up to this point do not represent all possible options. They are, as I stated, the set of snap-ins that you can expect to see on a typical Windows XP Professional installation. If you install the Admin Pack, you will gain the following additional snap-ins, which are used to manage Windows 2000 and 2003 Server services and facilities from an XP Pro workstation:

  • Active Directory Domains and Trusts— Allows you manage the trust relationships between Windows 2000 and 2003 Server domains.

  • Active Directory Schema— Allows you to modify the Active Directory Schema.

  • Active Directory Sites and Services— Allows you to create sites and manage the replication of Active Directory.

  • Active Directory Users and Computers— Allows you to manage users, computers, groups and other objects in the Active Directory.

  • Certification Authority— Allows you to manage Certificate Authorities on the network.

  • Cluster Administrator— Allows you manage the Cluster Service, which lets a group of servers act as one, to provide “high availability” service.

  • DHCP— Allows you to manage the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol service.

  • Distributed File System (DFS)— Allows you to manage the Distributed File System implementation on your server.

  • DNS— Allows you to manage the Domain Name System Server service.

  • Internet Authentication Service (IAS)— Allows you to configure services to authenticate remote users connecting to your network.

  • Network Load Balancing Manager— Allows you manage the Network Load Balancing service, another part of a “highly available” server solution.

  • Remote Storage— Allows you to manage the Remote Storage system, which moves infrequently accessed data to archival storage media such as tape and optical.

  • Routing and Remote Access— Allows you manage dial-up and VPN connections to your network.

  • WINS— Allows you to manage the Windows Internet Naming system service.


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