https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/admin/misc/become-the-admin?view=o365-worldwide

Had to go through this process for a customer, because their VLSC account was setup at some stage in the past using [email protected] VLSC account as a work or school account, the domain  was already registered against an unmanaged Azure AD directory, so we couldn’t set them up to use Teams. It’s a straight forward process just follow the article.

To find out if a domain is part of an unmanaged Azure AD directory, you can follow https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/power-platform/admin/powerapps-gdpr-dsr-guide-systemlogs#determining-tenant-type as specified in the article.

 

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I recently picked up a customer with Divi WordPress Theme. I have helped them installed a new plugin however the h2 color wasn’t showing the right color defined in the plugin 

Looking at the compute of the CSS this line was causing it 

color: #5a5f72!important;

!important overules all other settings!

Turns out this was defined in the text widget of Divi that just needed changing

 

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For auditing purposes you will need to report on the updates install on a server and the install status. 

Below is a  powershell script that does just that

 

[email protected]('Unk','Installation','Uninstallation','Other')
[email protected]('Unk','In Progress','Succeeded','Succeeded With Errors','Failed','Aborted')

$updateSession=New-Object -ComObject Microsoft.Update.Session
$updateSearcher=$updateSession.CreateUpdateSearcher() 
$historyCount=$updateSearcher.GetTotalHistoryCount() 
$updateSearcher.QueryHistory(0, $historyCount) | 
    Select-Object Date,
                @{N='Operation';E={$operation[$_.operation]}},
                @{N='Status';E={$resultCode[$_.resultcode]}},
                Title |
    Format-Table -AutoSize
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Exception error highlighted in red:

2020-04-17T00:15:01.297Z cpu3:6375497)@BlueScreen: #PF Exception 14 in world 6375497:vmnic0-0-tx IP 0x41800f027133 addr 0x2

 

Just prior to crash:

2020-04-17T00:14:37.248Z cpu8:2097623)igbn: igbn_CheckTxHang:1699: vmnic0: false hang detected on TX queue 0

2020-04-17T00:14:37.268Z cpu8:2097623)igbn: igbn_CheckRxHang:1557: vmnic0: false hang detected on RX queue 0

2020-04-17T00:15:01.138Z cpu4:2097232)igbn: indrv_UplinkReset:1535: indrv_UplinkReset : vmnic0 device reset started

2020-04-17T00:15:01.224Z cpu5:2097625)igbn: igbn_CheckLink:1316: Link went down for device 0x43073a472540

Vmware KB:

https://kb.vmware.com/s/article/67686

The PSOD is because of a race between reset and data path. There are two issues here:

Tx queue xmit and completion path ran into a race

The above race caused queue stuck and uplink reset, which ran into the PSOD.

Identified thanks to these legends in the vmware reddit:

https://www.reddit.com/r/vmware/comments/dan3k3/pf_exception_14_in_world_2481950vmnic00tx_ip/

 

Fixed in later driver release:

Bug Fixes:

———-

– Fixed intermittent TX hang due to race condition between start and stop of TX queue.

– Fixed duplicate nic reset due to race condition between uplink reset and watchdog threads.

https://my.vmware.com/group/vmware/details?downloadGroup=DT-ESXI67-INTEL-IGBN-1410&productId=742&download=true&fileId=6296e75493aba08fa77bd2451e8ab50f&secureParam=b4190fca752c9b3ece5c3bee9c6c90c9&uuId=4c01b35e-49d0-47eb-a1d3-778ebd60b045&downloadType=

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I tried flashing my phone and on reboot it go stuck in a reboot loop with the below

Orange State Your device has been unlocked and can’t be trusted. Your device will boot in 5 seconds

Both the main boot and recovery roms could not be botted into.

Download the latest Boot Room from Leagoo Website

LEAGOO_P1 Pro_OS3.0 Lite_NFP_16_20180317.rar

Download Smart Phone Flash Tool , Enter the Scatter.txt form the rar and put in Download mode

Plug the phone in and it will redownload this

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  1. Download this on the phone : https://magiskmanager.com/
  2. Obtain your Phones most up-t0-date boot rom online ( e.g. boot.img ) 
  3. Copy this file to the phone
  4. Open up Magisk and choose install and Patch File Option
  5. Find the boot.img you just copied to the phone , once done it should create magisk_patched.img
  6. Copy magisk_patched.img back to the computer 
  7. Download https://www.getdroidpro.com/download-the-latest-adb-fastboot-android-sdk-platform-tools/ on your computer and navigate to directory, copy magisk_patched.img here 
  8. Put the phone into USB Debugging model – Go to About Phone, tap on the build number and tap 5 times  , Go back to setting and go to Developer Mode
  9. Accept the RSA key on the phone and trust 
  10. Navigate to the folder from step 7 in Command Prompt ( CMD )
  11. Enter “adb devices” to make sure the phone appaears
  12. Enter “adb reboot bootloader” to reboot the phone 
  13. Once booted enter “fastboot flash boot magisk_patched.img”
  14. One complete enter “fastboot reboot”
  15. Done
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