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From the Console menu (top left), select Add/Remove Snap-in, which will invoke the Add/Remove Snap-in dialog box. You are presented with a drop-down list box that asks where (in the console tree) you want to begin adding Snap-ins. Since this a blank console, we are starting at the Console Root (see Figure 9.10). From here, click the Add button to begin selecting Snap-ins to add to the console. You are presented with a list of Snap-ins that the system has registered. The more packages you install, the more extensive this list will be (see Figure 9.11). Choose Computer Management from the list of available Snap-ins by double-clicking it, or clicking once and then selecting Add. A dialog box appears asking you to select the computer you want to manage. Select Local Computer (default) and the Allow the selected computer to be changed when launching from the command line check box, then click Finish (see Figure 9.12). Next, move to the Extensions tab. This is where you select the extension Snap-ins associated with the package. In this case, make sure the Add all check box is selected. Click OK to continue. You now have a newly created console that allows you to manage resources and services on the local machine. You will find this is the same as the Computer Management Console found on the Start menu under Administrative Tools. Now, on to using custom views in MMC (see Figure 9.13).
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Keyboard Shortcut Alt+left arrow key Alt+right arrow key Esc F5 or Ctrl+R or Ctrl+F5 Alt+Home Alt+D Ctrl+Enter Spacebar Shift+spacebar Alt+F4 Ctrl+D Alt+N Shift+F10 Shift+mouse click Ctrl+mouse click Ctrl+Shift+mouse click Ctrl+T Alt+Enter Ctrl+Tab Ctrl+Shift+Tab Ctrl+W What It Does Navigate to the previous page. Navigate to the next page. Stop the current page from loading. Refresh (reload) the current page. Go to your home page. Select the address bar. Automatically add www and .com to what you typed in the address bar. Scroll down the Web page. Scroll up the Web page. Close the current window. Add the current page to your Favorites list. Select the information bar. Open the context menu for the currently selected item. Open the link in a new window. Open the link in a new tab but do not select that tab. Open the link in new tab and navigate to that tab. Open a new tab. Open a new tab from the address bar. Switch between available tabs. Switch between available tabs in the opposite direction. Close the current tab (or current window if no tabs are open).
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