Mmc Could Not Create The Snap-In Vista 
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How-To Create an Initialization Wizard is a snap-in that creates a wizard page that pops up when the snap-in gets added to the MMC console. It brings up a dialog box that allows the user to enter a name which is then used in setting the display name for the root node.
But guess what?! I tried it in similar way as described in Add the Remote Desktops snap-in but I was not able to add this snap-in. There is no such file as tsmmc.msc.I found this thread in TechNet forums saying there are bunch of dlls in vista that need to be registered using regsvr32 in order to be used. Unfortunately even after registering these dlls I was not able to access RDC MMC snap-in.
This would be a killer ap. I just tried the above in Vista, but with no success. Copied both files to c:\windows\system32 and then ran "regsvr32 c:\windows\system32\mstsmmc.dll". Registration was fine, but once I opened mmc, the snap-in was not listed. Similarly, trying to run tsmmc.msc failed with "MMC could not create the Snap-in".Any suggestions.Many Thanks!
For future reference for anyone else looking at this, there is one step missing that is causing the "MMC could not create the Snap-in" issue (and the issue of Remote Desktop not showing in the snap-ins list in MMC). When you run regsvr32 mstsmmc.dll, you must run that as an administrator. Go to C:\Windows\System32, right click cmd.exe and select "Run as Administrator". Then run the regsvr32 command.That should do it! Thanks Galcho for the great post!
These snap-ins are used to manage the system. Again, these snap-ins can be used individually. The Computer Management console just puts them all together to make management easier. If you need to, you can create a custom MMC console with these snap-ins in addition to others.
I'm not sure why, but I can't start "Mscorcfg.msc" the usual way (as suggested in the -us/library/2bc0cxhc(VS.80).aspx and -us/library/2bc0cxhc.aspx URL). I looked for "Mscorcfg.msc" on my PC and found only 1 occurence (in the C:\WINDOWS\ServicePackFiles\i386 folder). When I double-click on the .msc file in Windows Explorer, I get the "MMC could not create the snap-in." message. What should I do ?Thanks
For those of you that use ADUC shortcuts all i did after performing the esmvista.msi /q and waiting for the install to finish was to right click my ADUC shortcut that i already had and add a /32 on the end of the target. This added the tabs for my already existing link directly to ADUC instead of going through the trouble of launching the mmc /32 then adding the snap-in or creating a batch file that will perform the same function.
With the propeller hat spinning full tilt, I decided to again use IFilter with the Indexing Service for the purpose of searching Adobe PDF files. But this time, I created a customized Microsoft Management Console (MMC) snap-in for the UI. Although you can use Adobe Acrobat Reader to search through PDF files in a specified directory, it takes an extremely long time if that directory is large (e.g., 65MB). With the MMC snap-in, the search is almost instantaneous. Here's how you can create this snap-in on your local computer: 2b1af7f3a8