Install IIS on Windows Server 2012 – R2

To install IIS on Windows Server 2012 by using the UI On the Start page, click the Server Manager tile, and then click OK. In Server Manager, select Dashboard, and click Add roles and features. In the Add Roles and Features Wizard, on the Before You Begin page, click Next. On the Select Installation Type page, select Role-based or Feature-based Installation and click Next On the Select Destination Server page, select Select a server from the server pool, select your server, and click Next. On the Select Server Roles page, select Web Server (IIS), and then click Next. On the Select Features page, note the preselected features that are installed by default, and then select the following additional role services: ASP ISAPI Extensions Click Next. On the Web Server Role (IIS) page, click Next. On the Select Role Services page, note the preselected role services that are installed by default, and then click Next. On the Confirm Installation Selections page, confirm your selections, and then click Install. On the Installation Progress page, confirm that your installation of the Web Server (IIS) role and required role services completed successfully, and then click Close. To verify that IIS installed successfully, type the following into a web browser:http://localhost You should see the default IIS Welcome page. .

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Export User Mailbox as PST file in MS Exchange 2010

Steps Involved: 1.Grant the right to export mailboxes to an account in your organization. 2. Create a network share and give full permission to Exchange Trusted Subsystem Group 3. Exporting a Mailbox with an Exchange Server  Mailbox Export Request   1. Grant the right to export mailboxes to an account in your organization. New-ManagementRoleAssignment –Role “Mailbox Import Export” –User Administrator ( Assuming Administrator is the username logged into server)   2. Create a Network Share and give full permission   3. Export mailbox using MailBox Export Request command Example : To Export mailbox with username : haneef run following command. New-MailboxExportRequest -Mailbox haneef -FilePath \\netshare\pst\haneef.pst   This will backup the pst file and copy in the share you have created. It may take some time for the process to complete. Good Luck  .

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Solution for Error 1325 Username is not a valid short file name

Problem : while installing Adobe Acrobat Reader the following error appears. Error 1325 Username is not a valid short file name Error installing Adobe Reader   Solution The problem is an invalid User Shell Folder under the registry key, HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\User Shell Folders. The element “My Pictures” was pointing to a drive letter that is no longer available. I reset the data to %USERPROFILE%\My Pictures, reran the set up program that was failing and no more error. AFter Making above changes , the installation will run smoothly..

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Remove Web Cake Deals from Google Chrome

Manual Removal Procedure : Step 1: Remove program from Programs/Features Windows 8 Move mouse cursor to the bottom right corner of the screen. Charms bar> Settings>Control Panel>Uninstall a program Remove WebCake Deals and other unknown programs. Windows XP Start> Settings> Control Panel>Add or Remove Programs>Programs and Features Remove WebCake Deals and other unknown programs. Windows 7/Vista Start>Control Panel> Uninstall a program/Programs and Features Uninstall WebCake Deals and other unknown programs. Step 2 Remove WebCake Deals add-on from browser manually Internet Explorer Tools (Gear icon for Windows XP users)> Manage add-ons>Toolbars and Extensions Disable WebCake Deals related extensions and any other unknown add-ons. Mozilla Firefox Firefox (tools)>add-ons>Extensions Disable or remove hosts2, Magnipic, and WebCake Deals related extensions. Google Chrome Chrome menu>Tools>Extensions. Remove WebCake Deals related extensions. .

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Solution for Windows 7 always start in Safe Mode

Log on to the Windows 7 computer using administrator account. Click the Start button. At the bottom of the Start menu, in the search box, type the MSCONFIG command and press Enter key.On the displayed SystemConfiguration box, go to the Boot tab On the Boot tab, under the Boot options section, uncheck the Safe boot checkbox. Once done, click OK to continue. On the displayed box, click the Restart button to restart the computer in order to allow the changes to take effect. This time your computer will start in the normal mode. Start using your system normally, and immediately make appropriate adjustments in Windows settings to avoid future issues. . .

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Formatting Page Numbers in Microsoft Word (Roman and Numeric page numbers)

Properly formatting page numbers in Microsoft Word can appear to be a daunting task. Have you ever become frustrated trying to get the introductory pages (e.g. Abstract and Table of Contents) to appear as roman numerals (e.g. i, ii, iii, iv) and the body of the paper to appear as Arabic numbers (e.g. 1, 2, 3, 4)? If so, follow these simply steps to utilize both roman and Arabic numbering in your paper. First, you will need to insert page numbers for your entire paper (this will establish roman numerals for your beginning pages, such as the abstract and Table of Contents): Click Insert, Page Numbers, and choose the option of placement you prefer (e.g. right justified, centered, etc.). Double click your now-inserted page numbers. To format these page numbers to be roman numerals, locate the design tab, which should appear in a green tab at the top of the page. Click Page Number and click Format Page Numbers. Change the Number Format to roman numeral (i, ii, iii). Click Ok. Next, you will need to establish Arabic numbers (1, 2, 3) for the body of your paper. To do this, what you will need to do is insert a […]

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