How to deploy corporate lock screen image via Group Policy

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The difference between a JPEG and PNG JPEG and PNG are two different types of image file formats. JPEG stands for Joint Photographic Experts Group and is image format that uses a compression algorithm to reduce the file size of an image. This means that when you save an image as a JPEG, some of… Read more »

How to use Windows Update Settings

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What does Windows Update Settings “Managed by Your Organisation” mean Keep your device running efficiently with Windows update settings. If you see the message “Managed by your organization” in the Windows Update settings on your computer, it means that your IT department or administrator has control over when and how updates are installed on your… Read more »

How to create an Active Directory Account

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Active Directory Account What is an Active Directory Account? An Active Directory account is a user account in a Microsoft Active Directory domain. Active Directory is a directory service that Microsoft developed for the Windows domain network. It provides a central location for network administration and security. An Active Directory account allows a user to… Read more »

How to Check Server Roles

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Server Roles & Functions Server roles are the different functions that a server can perform in a computer network. Some common server roles include: File Server: A file server is a type of server that provides a centralized location for storing and managing files that can be accessed by users on the network. Print Server:… Read more »

What should i do about my computer being slow

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How can I increase my computer speed? It is generally a good idea to address the issue if your computer is running slow to ensure that it continues to operate smoothly and efficiently. Having a slow running computer can be frustrating for the user. It can take longer to perform tasks, which can be inconvenient… Read more »

Chrome fails to launch

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What to do if Chrome Fails to Launch Failure to launch could mean that the Google Chrome web browser is not starting up properly and is unable to be used. This could be due to a variety of reasons, such as a corrupt installation, a conflict with another program, or an issue with the computer’s… Read more »

WiFi Troubleshooting – How to fit WiFi on PC?

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How do you retrieve and export SSIDs and passwords? An SSID is a Service Set Identifier. It is a unique identifier that is used to identify a particular wireless network. What are WiFi Diognostics Wi-Fi diagnostics is a tool that is used to diagnose and troubleshoot problems with a Wi-Fi network. It can be used… Read more »

How to speed up Outlook

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Speed up your Outlook to ensure that it continues to operate smoothly and efficiently Outlook is a comprehensive email client that can be used to manage multiple email accounts from different providers. Outlook also includes handy tools like calendar, task manager, and contact manager boosting business productivity and the ability to collaborate. Additionally, It allows… Read more »

How to set up a new user on Microsoft 365

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Why Microsoft 365 good for business Microsoft 365 includes a range of productivity tools, such as Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, that can help your employees work more efficiently and effectively. With Microsoft 365, your employees can easily share and collaborate on documents and other files in real-time, regardless of their location. This can help improve… Read more »

How to identify a Microsoft sign-in method

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What is Windows Hello Windows Hello is a biometric authentication feature in Microsoft Windows 10 that allows users to sign into their devices using facial recognition, fingerprint scanning, or a PIN code. It is designed to provide an extra layer of security for user accounts and protect against unauthorized access. What is Windows Hello for… Read more »

How to demote an SBS server

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SBS servers are generally easy to set up and manage, even for people with limited IT knowledge. SBS stands for Small Business Server, which is a Microsoft product that is designed for small businesses. It is a server operating system that includes a number of integrated server technologies, such as Active Directory, Exchange Server, and… Read more »

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