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Using property pages in saved consoles

Updated: January 21, 2005

Applies To: Windows Server 2003, Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2003 with SP1, Windows Server 2003 with SP2

Using property pages in saved consoles

Much of the work done using consoles is performed from property pages. In fact, certain snap-ins or extensions may be accessed in a console only from a property page. For some tabs, you may be able to determine which snap-in provided a particular property page if you hold down the CTRL key while you point with the mouse to the label of the tab for the property page. Also, if you hold down the CTRL key while you point to the title bar of a particular properties dialog box, you can determine the path in the console tree to the item associated with the property page. For more information, see View the associated snap-in and item for a property page.

The properties dialog boxes for consoles often become hidden behind consoles and other tools. If you cannot find a property page that you were working on, simply reopen the properties dialog box or minimize the other tools on your screen.

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