Today I will talk a small issue I got this week on Outlook.
I have Outlook 2013, and for an unknown reason when I used to open Outlook the data file was opening, and I was able to see the PST content, but the Send / Receive was blocking with an error 0x8004010F.
I read Error 0x8004010F when you try to send or receive email in Outlook 2010 or Outlook 2013 and without luck the error was still there.
I discovered that when you check the data file linked to your mail account, displayed there;
Even if the file exist and is visible, you need to be sure a folder is selected in that other windows too, displayed there at the bottom;
Enjoy the small tip 🙂
Windows devices may fail to boot after installing October 10 version of KB4041676 or KB4041691 that contained a publishing issue.
Please watch out any WSUS or SCCM admin, as when Microsoft will expire those two patch a resync might be necessary to remove those patchs from your console.
For full detail please read more there; https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4049094/windows-devices-may-fail-to-boot-after-installing-october-10-version-o
This week I was proud and honored to be part of the MVP Wall of Fames at #MSIgnite !
Hi everyone, I wanted to share a new handy tip is new Windows 10’s build;
The ability to directly run as admin from the run dialog !
In the run dialogue you need to hold CTRL+SHIFT and click Ok (or enter) and the task will be run priviligied.
Microsoft’s change log :
Be ready to update your visio stencil for Azure, as a new set got published this week ! 🙂
Direct download: https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=41937
Today WinDbg got a new look with a new build.
You can test it from that link; https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/store/p/windbg/9pgjgd53tn86
The minimum requiered to run it is Windows 10 with the Creator Update.
Don’t forget to leave feedback ! There https://insider.windows.com/en-us/how-to-feedback or via twitter to @aluhrs13
I wanted to share a small list of VISIO templates for any netadmin or sysadmin, always’s handy to have ! 🙂