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Windows 2000 Operating Skills Complete Manual (Part 2)

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There are many units that have not upgraded their systems and are still using Win 2000 because the machines are running various application software such as financial network systems etc. To upgrade to XP you need to purchase new financial software and reinstall the settings. Many companies do not have a capital budget in this regard. Therefore Win 2000 is still commonly used in domestic small and medium-sized units. In order to help these friends to fully grasp the operating skills of Win 2000 we will introduce the various operating secrets of Win 2000. This article strives to be comprehensive and detailed. In this issue we introduce the second half.

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?? 1. How to take effect immediately after the registry is modified

?? After modifying the registry generally need to restart To take effect you can also take effect without starting the method is: press the 'Ctrl+Alt+Del' key combination at the same time in the pop-up Windows task list select 'Explore' click 'End Task' the shutdown screen is displayed Click 'No' an error message will pop up later click 'End Task' and the modified registry will be loaded by the system and take effect.

??2. Allow the use of MS-DOS mode

?? Win 2000 cancels the DOS real mode. To allow DOS mode you can use HKEY_CURRENT_USER\\Software\\Microsoft\\Windows\\CurrentVersion Under \\Policies\\WinOldApp create a new item value Disabled dword type =1 disable; =0 allow.

??3. Eliminate garbled characters displayed by the application software

?? Under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet
\\Control\\FontAssoc\\Associated Charset set the key value 'SYMBOL(02 )' (this is the internal code of the system) can be changed to 'NO'.

?? 4. How to save power

?? Choose the 'minimum power management' program to save power choose 'minimum' in the settings/control panel/power options/power usage program 'Power management' program 'turn off the monitor after one minute' turn off the hard disk after 'three minutes' and select 'Never' for system hibernation (as shown in Figure 6) so as long as you don't use the keyboard and mouse for more than one minute the system will automatically Turn off the monitor and hard disk to save power. Just press the keyboard or mouse to restore the system to its original state.



Figure 6

5 prohibit a certain service

?? For example to prohibit IPSEC Policy Agent' service you can select 'Settings'/Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Services enter the Service Manager double-click the 'IPSEC Policy Agent' service the service properties window will pop up (Figure 7) select 'Disabled' Then press 'Apply' and 'OK' to exit. After restarting the service will be disabled; or press the 'Stop' button to temporarily disable the service.



Figure 7

?? The meaning of the service startup type is as follows:

The meaning of the startup type is automatic. If checked the service will be automatically enabled after the machine restarts. If the startup type is set to ' Automatic' after pressing the 'Stop' button in the service properties of the service the service can only be temporarily disabled. Once the machine restarts the system will automatically enable the service manually.
If checked if you want to enable the service you need to Press the 'Start' button in the service properties and manually enable disabled. If checked the service will be automatically disabled after the machine restarts.

?? To streamline and optimize Win 2000 stand-alone users can also disable certain Some services the services that can be disabled are:

Service name description Start category COM+ Event System provides automatic publishing of events to subscription COM components corresponding to the file C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\svchost. exe -k netsvcs Manual Distributed Link Tracking Client sends a notification when a file moves in the NTFS volume of the network domain corresponding to the file C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\services.exe Automatic Print Spooler loads the file into the memory for later printing corresponding to the file C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\ spoolsv.exe Automatic Remote Registry Service allows remote registry operations corresponding to the file C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\ regsvc.exe Automatic Removable Storage to manage removable media drivers and libraries corresponding to the file C:\\ WINDOWS\\System32\\svchost.exe -k netsvcs automatic Server provides RPC support file printing and named pipe sharing corresponding to the file C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\services.exe automatic System Event Notification tracks system events such as logging on to Windows network and power events. These events are notified to the COM+ event system 'subscribers' and the corresponding file is the same as above. Automatic Task Scheduler allows the program to run at the specified time corresponding to the file C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\ MSTask.exe Automatic TCP/IP NetBIOS Helper Service allows support for 'NetBIOS over TCP/IP (NetBT)' service and NetBIOS name resolution corresponding File C:\\WINDOWS\\System32\\services.exe automatically


 ? 6. Enable a service

?? Select 'Settings'/Control Panel/Administrative Tools/Services Enter the service manager interface double-click the service select 'automatic' in the startup type column or press the 'start' button the latter temporarily enables the service the former will automatically start after the machine restarts.

?? 7. Enable 'disabled' core services
?? Some services can only be enabled after a certain service is started such as the 'Create Network Connection' service which can only be enabled after the Event Log service is enabled Enable the Event Log service is the core service after disabling you cannot access the Internet. If you accidentally disable a core service (such as Remote Procedure Call (RPC)) you cannot re-enable it through the service manager! The following tricks can solve this problem:

?? Run Regedit in the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM\\CurrentControlSet\\Services branch find the RpcSs subdirectory modify the value of the item Start and change 4 to 2 (that is restore The original start type is 'automatic' as shown in Figure 8) the value of the item value Start means:



Figure 8

??Start=4 means disabled;
??Start=2 means automatic;
??Start=1 means manual.

?? After restarting the system will automatically start the 'Remote Procedure Call (RPC)' service enter the service manager you will find that you can call up the service properties window as before freely start or disable the service Up. For core services that are accidentally 'disabled' we can all use this method. Under the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\\SYSTEM
\\CurrentControlSet\\Services\\ branch of the registry find the subdirectory corresponding to the service

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