After creating a new user account, we also need to give the administrator the right to use later to be more convenient. Double-click the name of the newly created user account, click the Membership tab in the pop-up User Properties dialog box, and clicking the Add button below. Click the Advanced button in the Select Group dialog box, click the Find Now button, select Administrators in the name of the group you found, click the OK button to close the Open dialog box, and then go back to the Computer Management window. That is, the creation of new user accounts and the administration of permissions are completed.
Windows Server 2003 disables event tracking when shutting down a computer
Windows Server 2003 displays Shutdown Event Tracker every time it shuts down, requiring you to choose the reason for shutting down or restarting your computer (Figure 4). Collecting information about shutdown causes is very useful for the server, but it is too cumbersome for individual users, so we have to close this program.
First, click Start | run. In the Run dialog box, enter Gpedit.msc to run the Group Policy Editor, turn on Computer Configuration, Administrative Templates, and system in the Group Policy Editor window, and locate the show Shutdown Tracker setting item in the right window. You can avoid trouble shutting down your computer by right-clicking the item, selecting Properties (Figure 5), selecting banned in the Show Shutdown Tracker Properties dialog box, and then clicking the OK button.
Windows Server 2003 Change performance Options
Because Windows Server 2003 is the operating system that Microsoft has designed for the server, the default performance options within the system will focus on service functionality. Therefore, when an individual user uses Windows Server 2003, the performance options are changed back.
To do this, click Start | Control Panel | system. In the System Properties dialog box, click the Advanced tab, click the Settings button, and then, in the New Pop-up Performance Options dialog box, click the Advanced tab and select programs in processor scheduling and memory usage, respectively. (Figure 6), which allows the system to assign processor and memory resources to the backend service program as the foreground program instead of reserving resources.
Windows Server 2003 prevents Server Manager from running automatically
After you create a new user account and set up the automatic login system in the registry, the startup computer will go directly into the system, but each time you log on to Windows Server 2003, the system will automatically open a Manage Your Server dialog window. For the server, the administrator of each login must be the purpose of the Management Server, this feature is very considerate and convenient. But for individual users, the feature is a bit redundant, in order to prevent the window from appearing automatically every time you log on, simply select "Do not show this page at logon" in the lower-left corner of the window that is already open.
Windows Server 2003 starts the Video acceleration feature
The acceleration feature of the video section is closed by default in Windows Server 2003. You can right-click the desktop and choose Properties to open the Display Properties Settings window. Click the Settings tab and click the Advanced button to open the Advanced Settings window for the monitor, and then click the Troubleshoot tab, and you will see that the video hardware acceleration slider is pulled to the left. In the absence of system hardware problems, it is recommended that you pull the slider to the far right to maximize hardware acceleration (Figure 7), and you will feel that the system's display speed is significantly improved.
Next, click Start | All Programs | accessories | System Tools, select System Information, and in the System Information window, select the Direct X Diagnostics Tool on the Tools menu. After the Direct X Diagnostics Tool has checked the system's video module, click the Display tab, and then click the Enable button to start all previously banned video acceleration features (Figure 8).
Windows Server 2003 starts the Audio Service and acceleration features
Because Windows Server 2003 is the operating system designed for the server by Microsoft, most of the visual and audio acceleration features are not started in the default settings, and the audio service is banned. So we're going to turn on the required services and start the associated acceleration function.
First, click Start | Administrative Tools, and select the Services option to start the service management program. In the Service Manager window you can view the services that are installed in all systems from the list of services on the right. Double-click the Windows Audio service, select Automatic in the Startup Type Drop-down menu (Figure 9), and let the system's audio service start automatically at a later time when the system starts. Then click Start | All Programs | accessories | System Tools, select System Information, and in the System Information window, select Direct X Diagnostics Tool on the Tools menu. After the Direct X Diagnostics Tool has checked the system's audio module, click the Music tab, and then click the Start button to start the Audio acceleration feature that was blocked before it started.
Windows Server 2003 manages IE enhanced Security configuration
Because Windows Server 2003 is the operating system designed for the server by Microsoft, Microsoft believes that using a server for Internet browsing can increase the likelihood of a server being exposed to potential security attacks, so under the default, Windows Server The 2003 system has enabled Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration within the system. Under this security setting, you can reduce the likelihood of a server being exposed to a potential security attack, but this setting will make some Web pages not appear correctly, and it's often difficult to access a target site when you need to add it to a list of trusted sites. So we need to change this security setting.
If you decide not to use Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration, you can click Add/Remove Windows components in the Add or Remove Programs dialog box by using the Start | Control Panel | Add or Remove Programs feature. Clear the selected state of Internet Explorer Enhanced Security Configuration in the Windows components listed in the pop-up dialog box, and then click Finish to invalidate the enhanced security settings after restarting the Internet Explorer browser.
If you want to preserve the enhanced security Settings feature, but also want to minimize the inconvenience, then you can open the browser when the "system started enhanced security Settings" Warning dialog box, select the lower left corner of the "Do not show this information" dialog box to avoid each time you go to the new page to receive a warning.
Alternatively, you can click the "Start | Control Panel" | Internet Options, click the Security tab in the Internet Options dialog box, and pull the slider to set up areas such as the Internet, Local intranet, trusted sites, or Restricted sites to your needs (Figure 10).
Windows Server 2003 uses desktop themes
In Windows Server 2003, you can use the Desktop Themes feature as you would in Windows XP, but first you need to start the related services, because under the default settings,
Windows Server 2003 does not start the service.
First, click Start | Administrative Tools, and select the Services option to start the service management program. In the Service Manager window you can view all installed services in the system from the list of services on the right, double-click the name of the "Themes" service, and select Automatic in the Startup type Drop-down menu. Then, confirm that the Themes Properties dialog box is closed, right-click the name of the "Themes" service, and select start to start the service immediately.
Right-click the desktop, select Properties, open the Display Properties Settings window, and you'll see that you can modify the Windows Server 2003 desktop appearance by selecting a theme from the Theme Drop-down menu (Figure 11). Windows Server 2003, which uses a desktop theme, does not look much different from Windows XP.
Windows Server 2003 displays all of the components in the Control Panel
In all Windows operating systems, Microsoft likes to hide some of the setup items that are thought to be prone to error operations, and is no exception in Windows Server 2003. To display all the components in the Windows Server 2003 Control Panel, you need to manually change the Sysoc.inf file in the "INF" subdirectory of the Windows installation directory, locate and right-click the file, and select Open on the pop-up shortcut menu. Then, in Notepad, remove all "hide," (like Figure 12) words from the file, and then look back at the control Panel, and you'll find many more components.