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  1. Introduction
  2. Installation
  3. Hardware Issues
  4. Filesystems
  5. Networking
  6. Security
  7. Servers
  8. Services
  9. Utilities
  10. Control Panel
  11. Printing
  12. Performance Monitor
  13. Network Monitor
  14. Event Viewer
  15. Other Issues
  16. User Accounts
  17. Groups
  18. Policies
  19. User Rights
  20. Auditing
  21. System Policies
  22. Sharing
  23. Profiles
  24. Roaming Profiles
  25. Domains
  26. Server Management
  27. Directory Replication
  28. License Management
  29. Client Administrator
  30. Netware Tools
  31. Macintosh Support
  32. RAS Server
  33. SNMP
  34. DHCP
  35. DNS
  36. WINS
  37. Mail Service
  38. Internet
  39. Internet Information Server
  40. Routing and Firewalls
  41. Items to Remember
  42. Terms
  43. Credits

Windows NT Server Control Panel

This section only describes control panel applets and features not described in the NT Workstation Guide.

  • Licensing - Allows software package licenses to be added.
  • Mail - Microsoft Mail client control.
  • Microsoft Mail Postoffice - Setup and control of the messaging server Microsoft mail post office.
  • ODBC - ODBC database information routing control. Need database software or IIS ti be installed for this applet to be visible.
  • MacFile - Allows setup of AppleShare services for Macintosh clients. Services for Macintosh must be installed for this applet to appear.
  • GSNW - Gateway services for NetWare. Services for Netware must be installed for this applet to appear.
  • Monitoring Agent - Network monitor tools and agent must be installed for this to appear.
  • RAS - One of modem, ISDN, or X.25 must be installed to use this applet. The modems applet is used to install modems, ISDN, or X.25.
  • Server - Tells who is connected, see shared resources, directory replication. This applet is included with NTWS but can be used to control users and shares on the domain so it is noteworthy here.
    • Users - Shows users logged onto the domain and where they are logged on from.
    • Shares - Shows resource name and path along with connected users.
    • In Use - Shows resources being used and the associated permissions.
    • Replication - Allows setup of directory replication.
    • Alerts - Controls where administrative alerts are sent