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- What operating systems are ESET products compatible with
- Step-by-Step Guide to the Microsoft Management Console
- Installing Microsoft Management Console
What operating systems are ESET products compatible with
Note: The included code examples, taken from DinnerNow's source code, are usually not complete and are modified for readability and succinctness.
Step-by-Step Guide to the Microsoft Management Console
Je voudrais installer la console MMC sur ma version Windows afin de pouvoir gérer les Stratégies de Groupe.
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Installing Microsoft Management Console
Click Console (under Console6). On the Console Menu, click Add/Remove Snap-in. The Add/Remove Snap-in dialog box opens. This lets you enable extensions and configure which snap-ins are in the console file. You can specify where the snap-ins should be inserted in the Snap-in's added to drop-down box. Accept the default, Console Root, for this exercise.
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Click the Extensions tab as shown in Figure 7 below. By selecting the check box Add all extensions, all locally-installed extensions on the computer are used. If this check box is not selected, then any extension snap-in that is selected is explicitly loaded when the console file is opened on a different computer.
This will show the steps on how to install SCUP and also configure a third party catalogue, (EH Adobe Flash player) and deploy the clients reporting to SCCM server.
You can also delegate access at the GPO level rather than the domain level. For details, see Help for Advanced Group Policy Management.
In the Port Configuration dialog box, type a port on which the AGPM Service should listen. Do not clear the Add port exception to firewall check box unless you manually configure port exceptions or use rules to configure port exceptions. Click Next.
On a computer on which you have installed AGPM Client, log on with a user account that has been assigned the role of Approver in AGPM. (Any Group Policy administrator with the Reviewer role, which is included in all of the other roles, can review the settings in a GPO.)
Each Group Policy administrator—anyone who creates, edits, deploys, reviews, or deletes GPOs—must have AGPM Client installed on computers that they use to manage GPOs. For this scenario, you install AGPM Client on at least one computer. You do not need to install AGPM Client on the computers of end users who do not perform Group Policy administration.