Windows 2003 System Optimization Tips


1. Boot does not need to press CTRL+ALT+DELETE

Start Menu->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Local Security Settings

Local Account -> Security Options

Find interactive trial login: do not need to press CTRL+ALT+DELETE

Set to Enabled

2. Shutdown does not prompt, shut down Reason to start->Run->gpedit.msc

Computer Configuration->Administrative Template->System

Find the Close Time Tracker on the right

Set to Disabled

3. Start Theme Start -> Run -> Services.msc find Themes, set to Auto, then click Start

4. Turn on Sound Start -> Run -> Services.msc finds Windows Audio, sets it to automatic, then clicks Start

5. Turn on Video and Sound DirectX's Hardware Acceleration Desktop Properties, Settings -> Advanced -> Troubleshooting -> Hardware Acceleration -> Complete.

Start -> Run dxdiag, open the Display tab, set each of the 3 settings to enable; then open the Sounds tab and drag the middle to fully accelerate.

6. Uninstall IE Enhanced Security Configuration

Start Menu -> Control Panel -> Add or Remove Programs -> Add or Remove Windows Components

Find Internet Explorer enhanced security configuration, uncheck, then next!

7.Win2003 can not use mobile hard disk solution Windows 2003 Server does not open support for mobile devices (usually USB devices) by default, so it needs to be on the machine When installing a mobile hard disk, you must manually open the corresponding service (Removable Storage service). The specific method is: enter “ldquo;services.msc” in the “Run” dialog box and press Enter to open the “Service Management”. In the window, find the “Removable Storage” service and double-click it. Click the “Start” button in the dialog that opens.

8. Disable Restriction Retain Bandwidth Start Menu -> Run -> gpedit.msc -> Group Policy -> Computer Management -> Management Template -> Network -> QoS Packet Scheduler -> Limit Retain Bandwidth -> Settings -> Select “ Disabled &

9. Turn on the server 2003 auto login feature to allow the Windows operating system to automatically start. Suitable for a non-domain environment, one suitable for a domain environment. If the computer is not joined to the domain, you can follow the steps below to have the computer automatically log in:

(1) Click “Start →Run” and type in the “Working” text box“ Control userpasswords2” and press Enter.

(2) In the "User Accounts" page that opens, cancel “To use this machine, the user must enter the username and password” checkbox.

(3) Then press “Ctrl+Shift+A”, in the pop-up "Automatic Login" dialog box, type the user to be automatically logged in in the "User Name" text box. Name, and in the "Password" and "Confirm Password" password box, type the user's password, then click the "OK" button and click the "OK" button to complete the setup.

If the computer has been added to the domain, you can not use the above method, this time you need to edit the registry to achieve, the specific steps are as follows.

(1) Run “regedit”Open the Registry Editor and click to expand the HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE/SOFTWARE/Microsoft/Windows NT/Current Version/Winlogon” key.

(2) Check if the following key values ​​exist, if not, create the corresponding key value, the corresponding key value attribute is "string value."

The required key values ​​include:

AutoAdminLogon, setting the key value to "1" and allowing automatic login; DefaultUserName, corresponding to the name of the user to be automatically logged in, such as Administrator, can also Add the name of the domain, such as msft\\administrator; Defaultpassword, the key value corresponds to the password of the user name to be automatically logged in; DefaultDomainName, the key value is the domain name, such as msft.

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