I have been using dual displays with my Surface Dock and Surface Dock 2 for awhile now, but recently the second external display would just go to sleep and not display anything no matter what I tried. The solution was found in a Microsoft forum.
These apps come with Windows 10, and some you can Right-Click and Uninstall, while others you cannot. That that you are able to Right-Click and uninstall, seem to come back with every Windows Updates you install (because Right-Click Uninstall doesn’t uninstall them completely).
So the easiest way to do this is with our favorite enemy friend, Powershell!
First thing is to open Powershell as Administrator
All stock apps are in the AppxPackage command set. So running something like Get-AppxPackage would show you currently installed stock apps.
2. Here is the list of package commands that can be used to remove all or specific components
Remove all stock apps from all user accounts
Get-AppxPackage -allusers | Remove-AppxPackage
Remove all modern apps from system account
Get-AppxProvisionedPackage -online | Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -online
For those familiar with earlier editions of Exchange, you know that setting up an SMTP relay was pretty easy and was done under IIS Manager. That has changed in Exchange 2007 and above. Now relays are setup under the Hub Transport – Receive Connectors tab of the Exchange Management Console. To get there follow this simple path:
– Open Exchange Management Console
– Under Server Configuration, Click on the Hub Transport
– Under Receive Connectors, this is where you add your SMTP relay
After adding a relay, it takes about 15 mins to start working. If you need it to work immediately, you’ll need to restart the hub transport service ins MS Services.
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