KB3097877 has had two symptoms reported – Outlook crashes and the Logon issues.
Time on Windows is usually straight forward. Yesterday, I got to deal with a computer that had been setup by a vendor and was receiving a different time than the domain computers.
If you regularly put your computer to sleep to save power and money, it can be very frustrating when you return to your computer to find it powered on.
I ran into an issue with Excel 2013 on a relatively new install. Excel would successfully launch under the Administrator account but not as any other user.
User void.pointer reported that they were unable to preview or install fonts on Windows 10 x64 Pro.
Given the frequent updates and security vulnerabilities with Adobe Flash Player, I would always recommend running the latest version of Flash Player. However, there is the rare instance where you need to test something out.
Microsoft updated the Office Configuration Analyzer Tool to version 2.1 in late July and I happened to have an individual contact me about Outlook issues recently. It seemed like a great opportunity to test the updated tool out.
With the start of a new school year, I worked with an instructor who was receiving an error message upon trying to import a PowerPoint into Blackboard Collaborate.
Since early August, visitors to online retailer Amazon.com have been complaining about the website causing Firefox or Safari to crash on Mac and Windows with some instances being bad enough to cause a Blue Screen of Death.
Beginning in early July with Firefox 39’s release, the Help Desk software ServiceDesk Plus would not load.
Windows 10 is supposed to introduce a large step forward for gaming with DirectX 12 but why is it introducing a strange input lag for some games?
On Windows 8/8.1 and Server 2012/2012 R2, you might encounter the message popping up: “Windows Update needs your help: Windows Update hasn’t been able to check for new updates for the last 30 days. Go to Windows Update to resolve this issue.”