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Mmc for windows 2000

What is mmc? and what is it for? why do we need it? tnx

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  • trish_12 Feb 07, 2008

    could u elaborate it further?

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It is microsoft management console... it allows the user to do many administrative and maintenance task easily...

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  • Anand Srinivasan
    Anand Srinivasan Feb 07, 2008

    You can access this utility by typing MMC in the command line.
    Click START, and then click RUN. There, you will type the letters MMC. Some of the common tools that use the MMC interface are Disk
    Defragmenter
    , Event Viewer, and

    Shared Folders
    . In this article I will discuss using the MMC
    interface. One advanced tool that I think is worth the extra effort in explaining
    is Local Users and Groups.

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From within the MMC console ... click on FILE and then ADD/REMOVE CONSOLE

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http://www.pctools.com/guides/registry/detail/1303/

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1. Add a new partition for the unused disk space
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Then open a command prompt and use the following command to re-register it. replace the pathtofile with the location from the search.
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hie dear,
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after installing the antivirus, always remember to scan the cards, pen drives and other devices before using.
if u want free antivirus then avira and avast are good.

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