There are many instances when programs are starting when the computer boots, bring annoying pop-ups and consuming resources. Most of them have a way to disable that feature, some of the more poorly designed ones do not. There's a way to disable it, using an configuration application called msconfig. It exists in all modern Windows versions:
Go to Startup Tab and uncheck any application you don’t want to launch during boot time. Click Apply and then OK.
On some occasions, when accessing an Remote Desktop Server that gives out licenses based on devices, you may get this error:
Error: The remote session was disconnected because the Remote Desktop client access license stored on this computer has been modified
You can fix this using the following steps:
Microsoft has simplified the process of removing a mailbox from quarantine starting with Exchange 2013. (Before it was a more complicated process, involving registry edits).
Keep in mind that Exchange quarantines mailboxes for a reason. It tries to correct a problem automatically, but if it fails, it will quarantine the mailbox again, so the root cause of the problem needs to be identified.
First, you need to find which mailbox was quarantined. Open Exchange management shell and run the follow codelet:
Q. I would like to copy some data from a shadow copy image, is there any way that I can access it as a drive or directory (mapped or mounted)?
A. Yes, this can be achieved in the following steps:
Open command prompt and run:
vssadmin list shadows
This will produce the following output: