Log into Microsoft Volume Licensing Service Center portal – VLSC, and open the Relationship Summary page.
Select ‘Add Open License’ and enter the License & Authorization numbers that you would have received from your Microsoft licensing reseller. You’ll need to wait for the licensing request to be processed before proceeding.
After processing you should receive a product key for the purchased Azure credits. Go to the following url to add the credits – https://account.azure.com/Subscriptions
Click on ‘Click here to add credits’ and enter the product key.
If the product key is accepted confirmation will be displayed.
Microsoft Word does not have a Shrink to Fit print option. Therefore, Outlook 2007 and Outlook 2010 does not have the Shrink to Fit functionality that is available in earlier Outlook versions.
As a work around open the email message in Outlook, click the Actions button, and then click Edit Message. Resize the large image before you print it.
Via the Office 365 Admin portal -> Exchange -> click on your picture in the top right corner -> select Another user -> select the mailbox -> under Options on the left hand side, go to Organize email -> Automatic replies.
Or if you prefer PowerShell, via the Set-MailboxAutoReplyConfiguration cmdlet.
Run the command ‘shutdown -i’ from the Start Menu
Add the required clients to the ‘Computers:’ section
Change ‘What do you want these computers to do:’ to Shutdown
Add a required comment, and click on ‘OK’
Open gpedit.msc. Navigate to Computer Configuration\Administrative Templates\System\Troubleshooting and Diagnostics\Disk Diagnostic\
Double Click on “Disk diagnostic: configure execution level”, set it to “disabled”. “Not configured” is enabled by default.