2018. The year of always being connected. Whether you’re at your kids softball game, on vacation in another country, or watching the NBA Finals in your recliner, there is always a part of us that is in “work” mode. I won’t go into the good and the bad of this here, but with the “Always On” work mentality, you and your employees can be effective from anywhere in the world.
After updating to the latest Microsoft creators update of 1709 that was released in October 2017, you may experience issues with Microsoft Outlook and clicking the SEND TO EMAIL button in other programs.
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You may or may not have heard of the latest attack that is happening on small to medium businesses, which is encrypting all of a user’s files on their PC until they pay a certain ransom. The latest, and one of the most severe attacks is out in the wild and is being called WannaCrypt.
Since the release of the Windows 10 Anniversary update, I have seen multiple users complaining of not being able to rename network folders.
There are times where something doesn’t work on your PC, and you aren’t sure if you should bother your IT guy, or do some steps on your own to see if it is something simple. Click the link above for a quick run down of what YOU can do before submitting a help ticket with your I.T Department.
Hopefully noone experiences this, but if you notice your Quick Access shortcuts are gone, there is a very simple solution.
Keep in mind, this does remove your previous Quick Access shortcuts, but the fix will re-enable your ability to use this handy shortcut function in Windows 10.
This may be a little off topic from the computer world, but there might be someone out there trying to program there DirecTV remote control to work with their Yamaha Receiver. If this reaches just one person, then it makes it all worthwhile.
Outlook has certain built in forms that can become corrupted at times. In the most recent case, this issue happened when a user was trying to view their Lync messages in their Conversation History folder within Outlook, and was greeted with the “Outlook Form Region Cannot be Opened” error. Of course, they can double click the email to view the messages, but will not be able to view it in the Email preview.
This article shows you how to boot to desktop in Microsoft Windows 8.1.
One of the major setbacks of transitioning to Windows 8 for most standard users seems to be the representation of the Windows 8 default Start screen. Everyone sees the “Metro” style buttons and feels lost compared to what they know and love with their Windows XP/Windows 7 PCs.
When it comes to configuring the Call Park Service in Lync 2013, there aren’t too many options that are apparent within the Lync Control Panel itself. I will outline the commands that can be sent using the Lync Management Shell to configure the “Parking Lot” within your Lync 2013 environment.
When using the Lync 2013 client on your desktop, it automatically defaults to tabbed conversations meaning that ALL conversations you have going will stick in one window. For some, this may be ok, but if you are transitioning from Office Communicator to Lync in your environment, you have grown used to having multiple windows along the bottom of your screen.
When creating new databases within Exchange 2013, the default location may be on the C drive. This could cause an issue because most operating systems are also on the C drive, and this could cause issues when Exchange decides to create an abundance of log files which could fill up the C drive rather quickly.
If you are managing or administering a newly built Windows Server 2012 machine and receive a message that says “Your current security settings do not allow this file to be downloaded”, don’t panic. By default, Windows Server 2012 does not allow EXE files to be downloaded via Internet Explorer 11.