Operating System Archive

How to Solve the Windows Update Error 80072ee2?

In this article, we will guide you through the most complete guide for solving the Windows update error 80072ee2. Windows errors are notoriously difficult to solve, especially errors related to Windows updates because they all returning a general message without further information. Error 80072ee2 is common in all versions

Activate Windows with KMS server

If you’ve installed your Windows with an MAK product key and now want to change it to KMS or installed a clean OS (never activated), and need to activate your Windows copy on the corporate KMS server, this guide will definitely help you. The Difference Between MAK and KMS

How to Login with a Local Account instead of Domain Account

This is something that we use every day. It is a short little trick to login with a local user account instead of a domain account. By default, when a username is entered into a domain-joined machine, and there is also a local account with the same name, the

Enable Multiple RDP Sessions for Single User on Windows Server

In all versions of Windows Server (from Windows Server 2000 to the latest Windows Server 2019), multiple remote desktop connections are allowed. However, the number of simultaneous RDP sessions is limited with two. This means that only two administrators can simultaneously connect to the server via RDP under different

Capture Windows 10 Image using MDT 2013

In this article we are going to show you how to capture Windows 10 image using Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 2013 (MDT 2013). Later you can use such image to deploy Windows 10 image on multiple computers in your organization. By using a fully customized Windows 10 image for deployment

How to Delete COM Ports In Use?

In case you are facing with trouble with your COM ports in use that stacking, these brief steps below will help you to clear them out (for example, when you found myself needing to connect via a USB to Serial adapter to a server and noticed that 35 COM

Fix Corrupt Windows 7/8/10 Temporary Profile

While working with Microsoft’s Windows 7/8 or Windows 10 operating systems you have noticed that sometimes when working with multiple profiles that they can get corrupted. The fact that the user profile is corrupted may indicate an error when logging on to Windows 10/7/8: The User Profile Service service

Ping returns IPv6 Address, ping IPv4?

If you are on the same network, or VLAN, or subnet as someone else – you will probably notice that if you ping their hostname it will return with an IPv6 address. Ping srv01 Pinging srv01.contoso.com [fe80::c09::d4e6::189f::f661%3] with 32 bytes of data Reply from fe80::c09::d4e6:189f:f661%3: time<1ms Reply from fe80::c09::d4e6:189f:f661%3:

Destination Path Too Long Fix (when Moving/Copying a File)

If you are receiving an error Destination Path Too Long when trying to copy or move a file to a folder, try the quick trick below. The reason you are receiving the error is that File Explorer failed to copy/delete/rename any path-name longer than 256 characters.  The instructions below

Repair Windows 10 using Automatic Repair

Hello, guys! Here is another one tutorial on how to repair your Windows 10 operating system with Automatic Repair. If you have an issues with safe boot, reboot loops or you get into the desktop and you got some pop ups or some other sort of issues after you