Oracle Enterprise Manager Configuration Guide
Release 9.0.1

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Using Enterprise Manager on Windows 2000

This appendix contains these topics:

Differences between using Enterprise Manager on Windows NT and Windows 2000

Feature  On Windows NT   On Windows 2000  

Services 

Choose Start > Settings > Control Panel > Services to access the Services dialog box.  

On Windows 2000, the Services Directory is located further down the Control Panel directory.

Choose Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services  

User Manager  

Enables you to manage Windows computer security and create user accounts on Windows NT.

Choose Start > Programs > Administrative Tools > User Manager  

To create user accounts, choose Start > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Active Directory Users and Computers  

Procedures

This section documents how to perform the following tasks on Windows 2000:

Manipulating Windows 2000 Services

To manipulate Windows 2000 services:

  1. Go to Start menu > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Services

  2. Select the service that you wish to manipulate.

  3. Right-mouse click and select the action you wish to perform (start, stop, etc.). To modify the Startup Type, right-mouse click and select Properties and edit the Startup Type as needed.

Creating a New Windows 2000 User

To create new Windows 2000 user:

  1. Go to Start menu > Settings > Control Panel > Users and Passwords

  2. From the Users and Passwords screen that appears you can add new users.

Assigning Privileges to a Windows 2000 User

To assign privileges to a Windows 2000 User:

  1. Go to Start menu > Settings > Control Panel > Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy

  2. Select Local Policies in the tree on the left.

  3. Select User Rights Assignment in the tree on the left.

  4. Find and select the appropriate privilege on the right.

  5. Right-mouse click and select Security. From the Local Security Policy Setting screen that appears you can add which user should have the specified privilege.


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