Outlook 365/Exchange Online clearing auto-complete is not possible anymore

According to this article here: The Outlook AutoComplete list – Outlook | Microsoft Learn Original KB number:   2199226  Important Exchange Online provides some search features through Microsoft Search. Beginning in Outlook for Microsoft 365 Version 2202 (Build 14931.20604), if you’re connected to an Exchange Online mailbox, the suggestions list for the To/Cc/Bcc lines when you […]

Do not use third party applications to log in to Instagram

I learned the hard way. They will ban your account for using any third party application to log in to Instagram. All I wanted to do was save a video in order to try and extract the audio from said video. About a week later I was browsing Instagram and bam, your account has been […]

Microsoft’s Storage Migration Service stuck on loading

I have been trying to transfer file shares from a Server 2012 Essentials to a Server 2022 server. I had success two days ago using the same exact set up and Storage Migration Service. I tried it on a second client and continued to run into problems where it was stuck at the transfer portion […]

Windows 11 Pro, Dell OptiPlex 7000 Tower and DisplayPort to HDMI cables

I’ve got an interesting issue going on with a client. They have fairly new, purchased in 2022, Dell OptiPlex 7000 series Tower computers with Intel UHD integrated graphics. Two end users are currently affected by an issue after upgrading to Windows 11 Pro from Windows 10 Pro. Within a week one or both of their […]

Windows 10 start menu not responding/Outlook prompting for password using modern authentication window, but it’s blank

For those of you who encounter the above issue and attempt to use PowerShell to run the Get-AppXPackage -AllUsers | Foreach {Add-AppxPackage -DisableDevelopmentMode -Register “$($_.InstallLocation)\AppXManifest.xml”} but the process never finishes, check the permissions on these two registry keys: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer and HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders – it should have a user called All Application Packages with read […]