Shadow copy is enabled on Windows Server 2016 File Server to backup files and folder every hours. But while attempting to restore a file from shadow copies we came across below error:Read More »How To Fix “Source File Names Are Larger Than Is Supported By The File System” – Shadow Copy
Fix – “The Remote Session was disconnected because there are no Remote Desktop License Servers available to provide a license”
Users may sometime encounter the following error message when trying to connect to Windows Server 2012, 2016 using Remote Desktop Session / RDP:Read More »Fix – “The Remote Session was disconnected because there are no Remote Desktop License Servers available to provide a license”
Sometimes, documents you’re printing get stuck in the printer’s queue, preventing further documents from being printed. Here’s how to fix it when that happens.Read More »How to Cancel or Delete a Stuck Print Queue if a Document is Stuck?
Scenario: I’ve just had an issue arise that I cannot seem to solve. I recently set up a Windows Server DC with DNS and DHCP and all has been working fine, but I discovered today that when I go into the DNS Manager I get the following issue:Read More »DNS Manager Fails with Error: Access was Denied
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:
If you have created a cloud server on Microsoft Windows but are having problems downloading files from your server, you might need to enable file downloads in Internet Explorer.
Microsoft disables file downloads by default in Internet Explorer as part of its security policy. To allow file downloads in Internet Explorer, follow these steps.
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Installed Windows Server 2012 with roles for DNS, DHCP and AD DS. Server is set-up with static IP 192.168.1.100
Setting up DHCP is showing IP address169.254.xx.xx as the DHCP Server Name instead of actual server Name. Removed the DHCP roles and added it back it still shows the same IP address.
Everything is working fine between workstations and server, no known issues. All the workstations are getting IP address within the DHCP scope i.e. from 192.168.1.1-60
Windows will create a temporary profile when it is unable to read the user profile files. Commonly users might not notice unless they run into some problems.
This will lead to some unusual experience like even though temp profile user is an administrator, the account may not able to perform the administrative operations.
The following guidelines step through the method of manually configuring your Office 365 Exchange Online account with Outlook 2010, 2013, and 2016 for Windows. This may be required when configuring secondary account or if you run into issues with the automatic configuration process.