When you’re working with multiple VSD(x) files, Microsoft Visio by default opens all drawings in the same program window. This is nice and tidy for some users, but may also be unhandy when you need to redraw or compare drawings.
To adjust VISIO behaviour to open all drawings in a new application window, do the following:
Open Microsoft Visio.
Go to Tools -> Options -> Advanced.
Check the Put All Settings In Windows Registry option.
Run Registry Editor (regedit).
Navigate to the following registry key:
or if you have Visio 2013:
In the right pane, right-click on SingleInstanceFileOpen, and then select Modify.
Update the value of SingleInstanceFileOpen from 1 to 0.
Users prefer to sync their email with all their devices. The total of home and work devices can easily exceed the default limit of 10. Especially when they are ‘techy’ and buy/sell new devices whenever they want. :)
When users have linked a total of 10 devices (including retired devices), they can remove unneeded / retired devices by using OWA.
However, if a user is moved in Active Directory between the moment they set up partnership with their mobile Phone and the moment they want to remove the partnership, they may receive an error.
If you, as an Exchange administrator, want to remove the device partnership using the Administrator Console (GUI), you will also receive the error:
The ActiveSyncDevice fqdn/ou/ou/username/ExchangeActiveSyncDevices/iPhone§ApplXXYYZZ cannot be found.
Click here for help… http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/library/ms.exch.err.default(EXCHG.141).aspx?v=220.127.116.11&t=exchgf1&e=ms.exch.err.Ex0FBD0C
Exchange Management Shell command attempted:
Remove-ActiveSyncDevice -Identity ‘fqdn/ou/ou/username/ExchangeActiveSyncDevices/iPhone§ApplXXYYZZ’
Exchange 2010 error remove mobile phone
This error occurs because the device has moved to another location in Active Directory.
The trick in this issue is to remove the device on its GUID.
- First, open the Exchange Management Shell
- Run the following cmdlet: Get-ActiveSyncDeviceStatistics -Mailbox email@example.com
- Find the device you want to remove, and copy paste the GUID
- Run the following cmdlet: Remove-ActiveSyncDevice -Id 0215da00-227e-4470-a498-e4a44615a223 (replace the guid with your GUID)
While building a lab environment in Hyper-V, the following error occurred when I tried to start a VM with a preconfigured VHD from the Microsoft website:
“Win2012-DC1” failed to start.
Microsoft Emulated IDE Controller (Instance ID x) Failed to Power on with Error ‘The version does not support this version of the file format’.
Failed to open attachment …
The solution is easy: make a copy of the VHD file, remove the original VHD from the VM and then attach the copy to the VM.