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Two Factor Authentication for Office 365- What it is, why you need it, and how to set it up.

You've no doubt heard a good many discussions on Two Factor Authentication and wondered about it.  Please read on and I'll tell you all about it. Two Factor Authentication adds an extra layer ...

Windows 10 1809 Feature Update Issues

If you follow any of the computer trade magazines and web sites, you've probably seen that the Windows 10 version 1809 feature update made the news in a not-so-good fashion.  On Tuesday, October ...

Edge- Chrome download- Malware! Say what?

I happened upon an article reference posted by a fellow MVP on Facebook a few days ago that gave me pause to stop and think a bit.  Indeed, he announced the article as ...

Ignite 2018!

Yes friends, its that time of year again!  IT professionals from all walks of life and all over the world will gather in Orlando, Florida next week to attend the 2018 version of ...

The Simplified Ribbon

The Outlook Ribbon contains all the options and commands you use to accomplish tasks.  You click buttons on the ribbon to create a new email, delete emails, open a new meeting request, or ...

Two-Factor Authentication, I'm safe now, right??

In the ever-changing cat and mouse game that is Cyber Security, one of the latest "Good Guy" weapons has had its weakness exposed.  Two-Factor Authentication, thought to be a major improvement, is now ...

Event ID 2158,2161 MSExchange ADAccess

Description (MSExchange ADAccess 2158 Validation): Process Microsoft.Exchange.AddressBook.Service.exe. Recipient object CN=XXX,OU=XXX,OU=XX,OU=XX,OU=XX,DC=XXX,DC=XXX,DC=XXX read from <Domain Controller> failed validation. A partially valid object will be returned.  Set event ...

Exchange 2010 EMC / Powershell WinRM error connecting

Recently I had a customer go through a routine upgrade from Exchange 2010 SP2 RTM to Exchange 2010 SP3 that I performed, and after the patching was done everything was fine until we realized management on the Exchange UM servers wasn't working. ...

How to see and print a list of all your installed programs

In this weeks tech tip, I talked about the Shell:appsfolder command and how it will give you a list of all your installed applications. Here's how to do it - right click the Start ...

Windows Shell Commands

In my last article, I talked about a quick way to see all your installed applications using the Windows shell command, Shell:appsfolder.  Shell commands have been around as long as Windows has and there ...

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