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#List of  #Office_365 Users
The Office 365 licenses and Office 365 user accounts do not need to have the one-to-one correspondence. It is possible to have users who do not have the Office 365 license, and it is also possible to have the Office 365 licenses, which have not been assigned to a user. (As a matter of fact, a single user account also can even have various Office 365 licenses.)
Know how to Export It to CSV file format.
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Powerful Yet Easy-to-Use Network Monitoring
Powerful Yet Easy-to-Use Network Monitoring

Identify excessive bandwidth utilization or unexpected application traffic with SolarWinds Bandwidth Analyzer Pack.

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iOS 12 released today. Anybody running it yet? I'll be installing on my kids device later tonight and setting up the Screen Time features that came out.
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Very nice!

Jim.
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Write a query to get CustNo, VisitDate, NumberOfDaysFromFirstVisit
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Is it possible to take back up automatically everyday using SQL Server workbench?
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by:Mark Wills
I think you should be Asking a Question (and not a Post) : https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp

And when asking, please clarify if MySQL (has workbench)  or MS SQL Server  (has Management Studio SSMS)

Cheers,
Mark Wills
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by:Varun Walia
Work bench
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Did you mean to ask a question
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sync problems
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If you need assistance with something, please ask a question: https://www.experts-exchange.com/askQuestion.jsp
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Creating Active Directory Users from a Text File
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Creating Active Directory Users from a Text File

If your organization has a need to mass-create AD user accounts, watch this video to see how its done without the need for scripting or other unnecessary complexities.

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"What's next, a pallet of iMacs?"

Not on a Pallet, but 27" iMacs....

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by:Lucas Bishop
Those are some really sweet machines. What's the plan?
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They've all now been assigned to the iOS Developement Team, for Mac Development.
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First an Xserve cluster, now 4 Mac Pros!? What's next, a pallet of iMacs?
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Google has recently stated that they'll prevent 'tech support' services from advertising through Google Ads (ie. Adwords):
https://www.blog.google/products/ads/restricting-ads-third-party-tech-support-services/

A few Google Searches in, I'm not seeing that they're being very restrictive in this:

tech support searches
Hopefully at the very least they're starting by restricting display ads that tell you your drivers are out of date.
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That’s why in the coming months, we will roll out a verification program to ensure that only legitimate providers of third-party tech support can use our platform to reach consumers.

They must have read Craig's post https://www.experts-exchange.com/discussions/221179/Strategic-Adjustment-Next-Steps-for-Experts-Exchange.html

Verified Expert to indicate those who have proven themselves to be outstanding and well-known in their field
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by:Lucas Bishop
Craig's reach is inspiring.
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Firefox won me back recently with their built-in ad blocking on desktop and mobile, improved performance and native integration of pocket. Their UI has really improved recently as well.
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We are using Informatica 10.2 R1 for extract, masking, subset using Informatica's Test Data Manager. We have a large volume of DB2 tables to mask and subset from production on an Iseries and mainframe. The problems we are having are designing entities so that they are small enough to manage.  However, not all parent tables are represented for the child tables especially when we run into circular relationships. Can one entity be large enough to accommodate all 720 tables?
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by:Brian B
This is a post. Experts generally don't read the posts area. You should probably ask it as a question using the "ask a question" button.
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Exploring SQL Server 2016: Fundamentals
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Exploring SQL Server 2016: Fundamentals

Learn the fundamentals of Microsoft SQL Server, a relational database management system that stores and retrieves data when requested by other software applications.

I have worked on Migration for Domain Controller from Windows 2008 Std / Ent version to Windows 2012 R2, with least downtime and Impact less to customer experience.
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Outlook 2007 when we are configuring our official mails its coming SMTP error outlook.jpgkindly help out for this error

Regards,
Rajagopal
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Apple Service when purchasing a computer from them

I just ordered and purchased an Apple Mac Air laptop, along with a couple of genuine Apple accessories direct from Apple's online store and thought I'd share my experience when dealing with them.

The Positives

  • Firstly, the Chat support when purchasing I found to be outstanding. The representative I spoke to was highly knowledgeable when compared to other representatives I've chatted to from other Vendors like DELL and HP. All other vendors I think could take a page from the type of people they hire to assist potential purchasers from Apple.

  • Apple promised to keep me up to date with the progress of my order and every promise made was honored. This again I found to be excellent to experiences I've had with other Vendors, where I got (as an example) an SMS saying that my order was processed and would be delivered soon. That would be great if those SMS's didn't actually come until "after" the product was delivered. Apple's progress reports on the other hand, were all spot on.

  • The boxing of the products I ordered, being the Mac Air Laptop itself, an Apple USB Ethernet Adapter and a Lacie Porsche USB 3.0 1TB external drive were very nicely boxed.

  • The initial setup process for the new laptop was very nicely done and extremely easy to follow, with layman types explanations given every step of the way. The
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by:Lucas Bishop
Apple undoubtedly provides one of the best user experiences around. From the purchasing process, all the way through onboarding and then the ongoing relationship with the product -- all top notch.

The cost of their hardware I often justify (to myself), in the build quality and the fact that the accompanying operating system(s) (iOS, OSX, etc) is of equally high quality.

As far as the accessories go though, I sympathize with you on the price points. When I first bought my series 1 "magic mouse" I choked on the price, but went forth just because I wanted the multi-touch gestures (without having to use the touchpad). I've had the mouse for almost 9 years though, so I have to say the investment paid off. Those new wireless "magic keyboards" I haven't really looked into but I wouldn't be surprised if they last through a decade of heavy usage.
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Don't like the current themes in the newest version of Access?   Microsoft is rolling out two new ones.  For details, see:

https://products.office.com/en-US/business/office-365-roadmap?filters=access

and look under "In Development".  And if your looking for all the latest that is happening with Access, use the the red "Filters" button, select "Access", and then click apply.
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by:Jim Dettman (Microsoft MVP/ EE MVE)
Munna,

  You have placed a question as a comment on a post...you need to ask this as a question please.Click the blue "Ask a question" button on the home page.

Thanks,
Jim.
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by:Munna Lal
Ohh! Sorry, Now i am going to ask this question in new thread.
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