As we head into 2020, we all know that ecommerce sales are exploding, while traditional retail is in decline. But what are the stats to prove it?
If you recently uninstalled Outlook 2013 or Outlook 2016 or have a problem with your Outlook installation then you may encounter the following error messages:
Unable to cast COM object of type ‘Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook.ApplicationClass’ to interface type ‘Microsoft.Office.Interop.Outlook._Application’.
As we all know Azure Storage provides a reliable and highly available object storage to store massive amounts of data for a very cheap price. Blob access tiers is a functionality provided by Azure Storage to store your blobs in different access tiers based on how these blobs are accessed.
So we have an on-premise AD running, this is connected to my Office 365 (and therefore Azure AD) using the Azure AD Connect.
I wanted to add an alias email, normally I would simply log onto the Office 365 Admin Portal, go to my user click edit under the username/email section and add the Alias.
However after connecting up the AD Connect it now shows:
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Microsoft Outlook 2013, 2016 and Office 365 defaults to open email replies and forwards in the reading pane, to have the email pop-out by default instead in an uncluttered window, just follow the simple steps below.
So, this happens often, usually laptops but sometimes desktop and even servers fall victim to this issue. There are apparently a number of reasons why this happens, but the main reason seems to be lost connection between the ‘client/server’ and the Domain controllers.
Google Maps has recently discontinued their free map embedding service and is now moving to a payment structure. Effective July 16, 2018, Google Maps will start charging people for embedding google maps on their site, using a pay-per-view service.
RDP’ing onto Azure Active Directory joined PC from Azure AD joined PC just works perfectly fine, but as soon as we try remote desktop connection from non-Azure AD Joined PC/Laptop or Active Directory joined PC with same login doesn’t work.
The actual fix (for this scenario for me at least) was to add a line of configuration in the RDP File and that is explained as below.