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Administrative Tools settings

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#1 Gareth26


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Posted 03 August 2017 - 04:15 PM

 Hi all,


 I have built my own system and have often wondered what are the ideal settings to be selected in the Administartive Tools section of Control Panel. As you know there are a lot of settings in here to choose from and what are the ideal 'baseline' choices any system builders or system users should be using ?


 Even though each individuals exact choices may differ slightly, what are the essential choices that anyone should opt for ?


 Are there any extra settings, e.g. Software security policies, that we need to be aware of and use ?


 Anyone else agree that this may be a topic worth starting ??



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#2 hamluis



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Posted 15 August 2017 - 08:45 AM

I see no settings, no options.  Administrative Tools, for me, is just a series of shortcuts to performance data that may be of benefit to a user when attempting to troubleshoot problems.


If defualts are involved (for example, Services), then that would be my recommendation.



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