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what is MMC and Snap-in in windows environment?
what kind of job can be done with the tool?
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MMC is the Microsoft Management Console.  It is an interface to administrative tools that can be used to manage computers.  Snap-ins are the names of the different tools that can be added to the MMC.  There are things like DHCP, Computer Management, Performance, etc.
 
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thank you.
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