There seems to be an issue with Trend Micro and Windows Defender after Windows/ Defender patches has been applied.
The quick workaround is to deploy are registry key:
The dword value should be 1: DisableAntiSpyware
In case it does not exist, go ahead and create it.
Restart and you should see things start working again.
If you have the issue, you should be able to deploy it using Group Policy Preferences.
NOTE: You can also enter safe mode and create the needed key.
The long awaited UI is finally scheduled to release.
The UI features a small set of changes, but with simplified navigation and user friendly pages.
- Navigation added
- Limited posts pr page
- User friendly search and navigation bar
All portals will be updated within april.
Powering devices trough USB is getting more and more common.
If you, like me, have multiple devices like Raspberry PI, Thinker Board, mfi etc etc.
You might want to use one single device to power them all, but what to use?
I’ve tried a few now, some of the devices not delivering the needed effect to the devices, unfortunately.
I ended up with a 50W 10 Ports USB Power supply.
Output: 5.0v-10A (each 2,4 max)
Input: 100-240VV -1.4A 50Hz-60Hz)
its most commonly referred to as a traveling adapter, but works like a charm in your home “datacenter” or for charging multiple devices in your household.
I’m powering 5 Raspberry Pi’s (RPI3), 1 Tinker Board and 1 mFi Port.
For now its been running for 2 months with no issues or power cycles needed.
The OEM model is £10 off ebay.
Also available on Amazon
We are super excited to announce that MCT Software & Services subscription now includes a non-trial version of Office 365 Enterprise Developer. Many of you have been waiting for this for a long time and we have made it happen for you. Office 365 is no longer a one year free trial version. This is effective immediately.
Office 365 Enterprise Developer includes:
• Exchange Online
• Flow for Office 365
• Microsoft Planner, Microsoft Teams
• Mobile Device Management for Office 365
• Office 365 ProPlus
• Office Online for Developer
• PowerApps for Office 365
• SharePoint Online for Developer
• Skype for Business Online
So it was time for a reinstallation, time to cleanup and maybe rethink a few things. I installed Windows 10 1607 Enterprise x64.
I had my old storage space running, but wanted to add an additional disk.
I had to move some disks around, hence the disks was required to have the same block-size. When running the storage space wizard, I marked the disks to add and create the new pool from
I wanted to go for ReFS this time (some comparison here: http://thesolving.com/storage/refs-vs-ntfs-comparison/)
When trying to format the storage spage, it would switch to deleting storage space and show the following error: The parameter is incorrect: (0x00000057)
I recall having seen a similar error in Windows 8, the solution was then to create a registry key, to allow for formatning over non mirrored volumes, specifically for ReFS.
Funny think, it was still needed.
Add the key, reboot and retry.
A simple tool to extract and use the Windows activation key from BIOS.
The tool will extract the key Windows Management Instrumentation Command-line.
The key extracted will be install and activated using Windows Software Licensing Management Tool.
Tool is command-line based.
Can be used with your favorite client management tool
Came across this error today:
HTTP Error 500.0 – Internal Server Error C:\PHP\php-cgi.exe – The FastCGI process exited unexpectedly
I was working on a Windows Server 2012 R2 with IIS installed.
After installing PHP 5.6 the error occured when trying to access any php files.
So apparently you need VC++ 11 runtime for PHP 5.5 or newer.
the solution was quick, download, install and iisreset (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=30679)
Make sure you download and install the x86 version (vcredist_x86.exe), PHP on Windows isn’t 64 bit yet.
If you’re running PHP 5.4.x then you need to install the VC++9 runtime (http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=5582)
I know that there are some questions about, how to include msvcr120.dll/msvcp120.dll into your project.
If you want to drop that dependency. If you compile the program in release version, in Visual Studio 2013/2015 and do not depend on any VS-specific commands (
#pragma etc.) or precompiled headers etc.
If you want to compile it to one single release .exe and provide it to user WITHOUT demanding enduser to install VC++ Redistributes for VS
You can statically link the runtime to your project by setting the
/MT flag. You can find this option in Visual Studio 2013/2015 under Project > [ProjectName] Properties… > Configuration Properties > C/C++ > Code Generation > Runtime Library. Make sure to only set it for the Release configuration.
Getting tired of the John and Jane doe testing account names?
Here some funny and creative ones — let me know if you got some to add 🙂
Owa Tegyu Siam
Chuck U Farley
Solomon I. Lands
Loo King Good
Sum Dum Chum
So Soo Mee
Kisme U. Fool
Phil D Basket
There seems to be some doubt about Office 2016 when to install 64-bit version of office vs 32-bit
Limitations of the 64-bit version of Office
The 64-bit version of Office may perform better in some cases, but there are limitations:
- Solutions using ActiveX controls library, ComCtl controls won’t work.
- Third-party ActiveX controls and add-ins won’t work.
- Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) that contain Declare statements won’t work in the 64-bit version of Office without being updated.
- Compiled Access databases, like .MDE and .ACCDE files, won’t work unless they’re specifically written for the 64-bit version of Office.
- In SharePoint, the list view won’t be available.
If you have specific add-ins that you use in the 32-bit version of Office, they may not work in 64-bit Office, and vice versa. If you’re concerned, check your current version of Office before installing the new one. Considering testing the add-in with 64-bit Office, or finding out if a 64-bit version of the add-in is available from the developer.
The 64-bit version of Office has some limitations, but is the right choice when:
- You work with extremely large data sets, like enterprise-scale Excel workbooks with complex calculations, many PivotTables, connections to external databases, PowerPivot, PowerMap, or PowerView. The 64-bit version of Office may perform better for you.
- You work with extremely large pictures, videos, or animations in PowerPoint. The 64-bit version of Office may be better suited to handle these complex slide decks.
- You work with extremely large Word documents. The 64-bit version of Office may be better suited to handle Word documents with large tables, graphics, or other objects.
- You’re working with files over 2GB in Project, especially if the project has many subprojects.
- You want to keep the 64-bit version of Office that you’re already using. The 32-bit and 64-bit versions of Office programs aren’t compatible, so you can’t install both on the same computer.
- You’re developing in-house Office solutions, like add-ins or document-level customizations.
- Your organization requires Hardware Data Execution Prevention (DEP) be enforced for Office applications. DEP is a set of hardware and software technologies that some organizations use to enhance security.