Change How Operator Requests are Displayed
Applies To: Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista
To complete this procedure, you need the appropriate administrative credentials for the affected Removable Storage item. To maintain system security, rather than logging on as an administrator, log on as a user without administrative credentials and then run Removable Storage with administrative credentials.
To run Removable Storage with administrative credentials
Open a command prompt with administrative credentials. To do this, click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, right-click Command Prompt, and then point to Run as administrator.
Provide administrative credentials for an account in the Administrators group, and then click Submit. A command prompt with administrative credentials opens.
At the command prompt, type mmc.exe.
Change how operator requests are displayed
To change how operator requests are displayed
In Removable Storage, ensure that Full view is selected.
Right-click Removable Storage, and then click Properties.
In the Options section of the General tab, do the following:
To display operator requests in a pop-up window, select the Display operator request dialogs check box (the default). Otherwise, clear the check box.
To display an icon on the Windows taskbar when there are operator requests waiting to be serviced, select the Use status area icon for notifying about mounts check box (the default). Otherwise, clear the check box.