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Blocking Built-in Applications With AppLocker

With the new world of Windows 10 and its never-ending stream of feature updates, Microsoft has introduced a new set of “built-in” applications.  Some of these “applications” can be removed as part of an MDT or SCCM task sequence or manually from PowerShell.  However, there are some applications which Microsoft does not allow to be…

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Windows 10 Settings – Can I count the ways?

A common question many have when first using Windows 10 is “where is the Control Panel?” The Control Panel has been replaced with Windows 10 Settings. The new look and feel of the Settings window is aligned to be used across various types of platforms and devices, in addition to being used by both a…

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ASI is Enjoying Some REST

A RESTful API is an application program interface that uses HTTP requests to GET (retrieve), PUT (update), POST (create) and DELETE (uh, delete) data.   One of the guiding principles of REST is the separation of client and server. By separating the user interface concerns from the data storage concerns, we improve the portability of…

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CITRIX FIX: Failed with Status Code 1030

The error “failed with status code 1030” is a generic network error code indicating that the connection to your Citrix environment has failed. There is a very simple fix for this error code. The steps are as followed: Click on Start > Run Browse to CMD to open the command prompt Type ipconfig/flushdns > enter Log…

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Filing Emails to FileSite

FileSite provides many different ways to file emails to your workspaces and folders. Users will always use whichever way they find to be the easiest and most efficient. Here are the ways you can file e-mail.

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Ignoring Conversations in Outlook

Recently, I received an e-mail which was also sent to 10 other people about organizing a meeting.  In my usual timely fashion, I replied only to the sender that I was unable to attend.  And, as I’m sure many of you have experienced, I continued to receive emails regarding the invitation by the other people…

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Word 2013 Draft View Setting

Many users like to work on their documents in Draft view.  If they work on a document in Draft view and save that document while working on it in Draft view, there’s a pretty good chance they want that document to open in Draft view the next time they access the document.  However, by default, Word…

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