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Restrict loading of “QoS Admission Control” snap-in into MMC.

MMC can load various snap-ins that are used to simplify system management tasks of daily routine. This setting can disable loading of the snap-in “QoS Admission Control” into MMC.

Tweak for : Windows 2000
Microsoft Management Console tries to simplify system management tasks of daily routine. It has applications, which have been built with modules. These applications, called snap-ins, can be added to a program that works independently or as a part of the bigger application. Say, if you run “\Windows\System32\acssnap.msc” from Start > Run menu, you are loading the snap-in from the basic framework (MMC). MMC provides system administrators an adaptable interface to view the system and set it up.

The “QoS Admission Control” gives you the ability to manage network bandwidth at the subnet level. In other words, you can decide how subnet resources should be used, when they are to be used, and who can use them. But, with this setting you can restrict loading of this snap-in into the MMC.

For this, go to Start > Run menu, enter “regedit” and navigate to the registry path listed below. If any of the subkeys “\MMC\{FD57D297-4FD9-11D1-854E-00C04FC31FD3}” does not exist, create them as explained below. Then, create a string value “Restrict_Run” in the right panel.

Now, right-click and modify its value to “1” which can disable snap-in. However, if you want to enable back the snap-in, delete the subkey “{FD57D297-4FD9-11D1-854E-00C04FC31FD3}”.

The changes take effect after a restart or logoff.

Disallow QoS Admission Control for MMC Snap-Ins.reg

The '.reg' file can restrict loading of “QoS Admission Control” snap-in into MMC.

Allow QoS Admission Control for MMC Snap-Ins (Default).reg

The '.reg' file can allow loading of “QoS Admission Control” snap-in into MMC.

Apply registry settings according below given steps of screenshots with related changes.

The snap-in "QoS Admission Control" is disabled from loading into MMC.

"QoS Admission Control" snap-in can be added into MMC.

First, click the 'Start' button, and select 'Run'. In the resulting dialog box, type 'regedit'.

Second, go to [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Policies\Microsoft\] and create a new subkey 'MMC' under the key 'Microsoft'.

Create another sub key under the subkey 'MMC' as '{FD57D297-4FD9-11D1-854E-00C04FC31FD3}'.

Now, create a String value as 'Restrict_Run' under the subkey '{FD57D297-4FD9-11D1-854E-00C04FC31FD3}'.

Next, right click on the String value 'Restrict_Run' and select 'Modify'.

Finally set the value data as '1' and click 'OK'.

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