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Create a Meeting in Microsoft Teams - Step by step guide ?

This article covers how you can create or schedule a meeting using Microsoft Teams. In fact, Microsoft Team is a great communication tool you can use to chat, share files, and have audio and video meetings with your team.


To schedule a meeting in Microsoft Teams:

  • In the Teams chat, click on the Schedule a meeting icon (under the box for the new message.)
  • Then, select Calendar, which is on the left side panel, and then click on New meeting.
  • A pop-up window will appear. You can select the time and date for the meeting.
  • When done with scheduling, click Save. After that, the pop-up window will close, and you can send the meeting invitations using Outlook.

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Mapped Network Drives Not Showing in Elevated Programs

This article covers methods to fix 'Mapped Network Drives Not Showing in Elevated Programs' issue for our customers.
When UAC is enabled, the system creates two logon sessions at user logon. Both logon sessions are linked to one another.
One session represents the user during an elevated session, and the other session where you run under least user rights.
When drive mappings are created, the system creates symbolic link objects (DosDevices) that associate the drive letters to the UNC paths.
These objects are specific for a logon session and are not shared between logon sessions.
When the UAC policy is configured to Prompt for credentials, a new logon session is created in addition to the existing two linked logon sessions.

To resolve this Windows issue:

1. In Local Group Policy Editor, locate the following Group Policy path:

Local Computer Policy\Windows Settings\Security Settings\Local Policies\Security Options

2. Configure the following policy to Prompt for consent: User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for administrators in Admin Approval Mode


Note:
The EnableLinkedConnections registry entry forces the symbolic links to be written to both linked logon sessions that are created, when UAC is enabled.

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Outlook error "We Couldn't Create The Outlook Data File" - Fix it Now ?

This article covers different methods to fix the Outlook error 'We Couldn't Create The Outlook Data File'.

Main Causes of 'We couldn't create Outlook Data File' error:

This error is fairly well known among Outlook users, so people have found possible causes that led to this error happening.
1. Gmail account: The error seems to only occur when you’re trying to add a Gmail account to Outlook. The exact cause of this is unknown, however, it might have something to do with Gmail’s security options.
2. Outlook bug: A common cause of this issue is a bug within Outlook itself. The bug prevents you from adding an email account via the Add account option.
3. Simplified Account Creation Wizard: This is a relatively new Outlook feature. Generally, whenever a new feature is added to an application, it's bound to cause errors and bugs.

How to Remove Outlook Write Protection from a Hard Disk ?

One of the easiest ways of removing write protection from a disk is by using the Diskpart utility:
1. Hold the Windows and R keys down on your keyboard at the same time.
2. Type in diskpart and press OK.
3. Type in the following command and press Enter after each one:
i. list disk
ii. select disk (number)
iii. For example, if your Drive 1 is protected, you're going to type in select disk 1.
    attributes disk clear read-only
4. Once the Diskpart utility finished clearing the Read-only protection, you can type in exit and hit Enter to close the command prompt.

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Encrypt email messages in Outlook - Follow this guide now

This article covers the different methods to encrypt email messages in Outlook: using certificates (S/Mime), Office 365 Message Encryption (OME), and using encryption add-ins.


To Encrypt a single message:

1. In message that you are composing, click File > Properties. 

2. Click Security Settings, and then select the Encrypt message contents and attachments check box. 

3. Compose your message, and then click Send.


In Outlook, All attachments are encrypted.

Recipients who access the encrypted email via the Office Message Encryption portal can view attachments in the browser.

Note that if the recipient of the file is using an Outlook.com account, they can open encrypted Office attachments on the Office apps for Windows.


To view an encrypted email in Outlook:

1. Select Read the message.

2. You'll be redirected to a page where you can sign in and receive a single-use code.

3. Check your email for the single-use code. Enter the code in the browser window, then select Continue to read your message.


To encrypt a message in Office 365:

1. Sign in with Global Admin credentials.

2. Click on Admin.

3. Click on Settings.

4. Click on Services & add-ins.

5. Click on Microsoft Azure Information Protection.

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IMAP server wants to alert you to the following error

This article will guide you the different causes for the error 'your IMAP server wants to alert you to the following'.

IMAP #Error code #0x800cccdd appears alongside the message "Your IMAP server closed the connection", which signifies that the "Send/Receive" feature—a setting that retrieves your #Outlook mail whenever connected to the Internet in order to keep your mail synced—has failed.

The error message "Your account temporarily blocked for #IMAP use. This may be happen if you exceed the maximum number of simultaneous IMAP connections allowed. Kindly try after some time" occurs when the mail client or different mail clients are trying to establish too many connections to IMAP server.

A server connection timeout means that a server is taking too long to reply to a data request made from another device. Timeouts are not a reply message: they show up when there isn't a reply and a server request is not fulfilled in a predetermined length of time.

To fix the mail server is not responding:

1. Check your internet connection.

2. Check your #SMTP server details.

3. Verify all usernames and passwords.

4. Check your SMTP server connection.

5. Change your SMTP port.

6. Control your #antivirus or #firewall settings.

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Windows Live Mail Error 0x800ccc0e

This article will guide you on steps to fix #Outlook #Error #0x800ccc0e. Usually, this error occurs due to bad #email settings or because of minor problems with the email server or internet connection. Also, the customer may experience this error while receiving the mail on the email #client.

Try to run Windows Live Mail as Administrator in compatibility mode. Try to re-configure the Windows Live Mail account. Remove the existing WLM account and create a new one. Try reinstalling Windows Essentials 2012 on your Windows 10.

To get rid of Windows Live Mail error:

1. Open your Windows Live mail program.

2. Select the Home tab at the top right of your Windows Live Mail.

3. Click the Outbox to the left. Find any emails that are not sending out.

4. Once you send the email again, you can delete the email in the Outbox. 

The error will go away after the sent email is deleted.

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