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In Mac OS X 10.4 Server operating system, how can I open the application/utilities screen?

In Mac OS X 10.4 Server operating system, how can I open the application/utilities screen?

I'm very new to Macintosh operating system and I don't know where to find this or how to access the application/utilities screen.

How can I access application/utilities screen or where can I find application/utilities screen in the Mac OS X 10.4 Server operating system.
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Chris StauntonCommented:
Click on the hard drive, should give you an explorer like view of your files as well as "folder" views along the lefthand side of the screen.  You should see Applications in the list.

Shooter
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roylongCommented:
Are you sure you want utilities (which are applications like disk utility and terminal/command)? Or do you want the equivalent of windows control panels, which is system preferences (from the Apple menu in top left hand corner)?

for utilities, double click HDD icon on the desktop, then double click applications folder then double click utilities folder.
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strungCommented:
Suggest you download the  OS X Server 10.4 Getting Started Manual, 2nd Edition:

http://manuals.info.apple.com/en/Mac_OS_X_Server_v10.4_Getting_Started.pdf
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Sigurdur ArmannssonDesignerCommented:
There is a nice shortcut: Command + Shift + U

Others in same category include:

Command + Shift + A for the Application folder, use H for Home folder.
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KnowledgeableNetwork EngineerAuthor Commented:
Manuals always provide the best information.
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