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14. Toggle back to the drawing (using Ctrl+Tab), select anywhere on the BOM table, and then select Table Properties from the PropertyManager. Expand the Part Configuration Grouping panel, and select the Display All Configurations Of The Same Part As One Item option. This changes how the bracket displays, as well as the pins. 15. In this step, you will add a column to the BOM that calls on an existing custom property that is already in all of the parts. Place the cursor over the last column on the right and right-mouse button click it. Select Insert Column Right. This places a new column to the right of the last one and displays a popup that enables you to set the column to be driven by a custom property , as shown in Figure 24.20.
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First of all, printers have no user interface other than a cryptic keypad and a small LCD screen. Their job is to receive data and to convert the data into information that a printer s electronics understands. The printer language or software lays out the page according to speci cations in the data and goes about the task of sending this information to the physical parts that print the images onto a hard medium. Therefore, if you re not able to print, and all the logical printer components check out, the only course of action you can take for a faulty printer is to ship it back to the factory or call a service technician (assuming you know little about corona wires, drums, and hoppers). For the most part, you need only know how to turn the printer or plotter on and off, change toner and paper, connect its interface cables, and clean it. Windows Server, conversely, is both printer-aware and user-aware. Its task is to provide a logical printer interface that users can see and managers can manage and troubleshoot, as well as a holistic printer spooling and pooling environment. The logical printer, represented by the printer object, its icons, and properties, is representative of the hardware. The printer icon, or the printer share, is all the knowledge workers need to know about printing. You can install logical printers on your client computers (local printers), but most of the time the logical printers are installed on servers dedicated to hosting logical printers (network printers). The following list describes the basic user procedure to connect to and use a printer: 1. Install a logical local or remote printer to which you have access (the installation is persistent). 2. After you are connected, you can manage certain properties of the logical printer, such as paper size and layout, bins and trays, resolution and color, number of pages and copies, and so on. 3. You, or at least your users, then print documents and graphics to the logical printer. The action of printing is often called a job. The job encapsulates printing instructions for the printer service, telling the logical printer how the job should be printed to the physical printer. When a client application prints a document or image, the application calls the Windows graphic device interface (GDI), which loads the driver for the target printer. (The driver is downloaded from the server if it does not exist on the client machine. On Windows Server clients, the drivers are downloaded with every print job.) Using the driver for the target printer, the GDI renders the document in the printer language of the physical printer. After completion, the GDI then calls the local spooler, hands off the job, and closes. At this point, the GDI s work is done, and the client computer sends the job to the print server, via a routing service. The routing service transports the print job over the network using the remote procedure call service, the NetBIOS redirector.
Locking down the desktop is an important component in change control, and takes you back to the rst anecdote at the beginning of this chapter. You can also create custom con gurations for Internet Explorer to enforce download and browsing policy and so on. Other policies that are extremely useful can achieve the following: Prevent users from changing the path to their My Documents folders. This policy is often used if you need to ensure that users documents and other work-related les are redirected to a server folder where they are certain to be backed up. Disable the Control Panel, which prevents users from ddling with the settings that govern their displays, network connections, communications, and so on. You can also hide speci c Control Panel programs if your users need access only to certain items. Hide access to the CD-ROM and the oppy disk drive. By taking away these ports, you prevent users from introducing viruses or rogue software into the network, and you ensure that the enterprise can control software piracy. (Remember that you need to lock down access to the Internet and e-mail as well to be 100 percent sure that no viruses are being introduced to the systems.) You can also hide the hard disk drives from the users. Disable the Command Console so that users cannot execute commands from the command line. For hackers, accessing the command line on a computer is like making it to the rst oor. Disable access to the registry editing tools such as Regedt32 or Regedit.
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