I'd appreciate a helpful little guide through the myriads of microspeak attached to the MMC.
I have the Microsoft Management Console at my disposal, so to speak, and before I grit my teeth to suppress an animal growl...
I'd like to apply it's potential. Not on a corporate network. Not to lock myself out of my own resources. Not to invite disaster to my solo PC. Not wanting to limit my understanding, but to focus in on good discipline regarding the practical nature of...
Securely... given the fact I'm not living in a military installation or planning to launch an extraordinarily successful business endeavor that will require a high level of internal controls and anticipatory safeguards.
Maybe I'd like to setup some garage sale units for one reason or another... eventually a laptop or something for grandma in a guest room.
I'd like to apply some underlying basic commonsense words of advice as I grow in my use of the technology at hand (and be able to reassure others who might not be enjoying some of the benefits of it due to the intimidation factor)
When confronted with "public key policies" or "IP Security Policies on Local Computer" for instance and knowing these are just the tip of an iceberg that may sink the good ship Lollypop...one would choose to not be ignorant... but it can be daunting.
Just a thought.
I'm truly amazed and pleased at what you've accomplished here in such a short time. In all fairness to your organization, I suspect all I seek and more are here already so off I go to another something to read and consider. Thank You.
Edited by phawgg, 16 July 2004 - 12:30 AM.