Issue: Unable to use receipt printer on remote desktop service. Fix: Disabling Terminal Services Easy Print with the following group policy option will avoid this limitation: Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\Windows Components\Remote Desktop Services\Remote Desktop Session Host\Printer Redirection\Use Terminal Services Easy Print printer driver first Set “Use Retmote Desktop Easy Print printer driver first” to “Disabled”. Sources:... » read more
Error: While trying to setup a couple of SQL Enterprise servers in an Availability Group I kept getting the message “The local node is not part of quorum and is therefore unable to process this operation” Fix: I had done things in the wrong order. I had ticked “Enable AlwaysoOn Availability Groups” in SQL Server Configuration Manager... » read more
Error: Error when trying to create a database backup. Fix: Look for the service SQL Server (MSSQLServer) and see the username under ‘Log On As’. Add this user to have full control of permissions on the directory of back up by navigating to the folder / properties/ under secirity tab / Edit and give the... » read more
Make sure to install “Windows Failover Cluster” feature on all nodes in the cluster. Open up “Failover Cluster Manager”. Right click on Failover Cluster Manager and select “Create Cluster”. Select list of servers to be in the cluster. Run Cluster Validation. Provide a “Cluster Name”. Provide a “Networks/Address”. Note: The login account setting up the... » read more
Allow Access to Use Remote Desktop Connection Before Remote Desktop can be used, permission has to be granted to the specific accounts that you would like to Allow to connect to your computer remotely. Click the Start menu from your desktop, and then click Control Panel. 2. Click System and Security once the Control Panel opens. 3. Click Allow remote access, located under the System tab.... » read more
Run Start > Administrative Tools > Local Security Policy Select Local Policies > User Rights Assignment > Log on as a service. Click Add User or Group, and then add the appropriate account to the list of accounts that possess the Log on as a service right.
Windows+Tab is a similar keyboard shortcut to Alt+Tab. It opens the Task View interface, which offers a thumbnail view of your open windows and even multiple desktops you can arrange them on. It also includes the Windows Timeline, but you can disable it if you prefer. Sources: https://www.howtogeek.com/429223/master-windows-10s-alttab-switcher-with-these-tricks/
Windows 10 includes a “Game bar” that users can bring up with a simple shortcut, Windows key + G, for quick access to gaming features. Sources: https://www.polygon.com/2015/7/31/9081715/windows-10-game-bar-how-to-record-screen-video