A PC with two hard drives no longer boots. A secondary (data only) hard drive failed, but it seems that the drive contained the Windows boot record. Booted from Windows 10 installation media and tried to fix the boot records via command prompt:
The first command succeeded, but the other two failed with error: Element Not Found
Cannot uninstall Adobe Creative Cloud Applications and the Creative Cloud Desktop itself. Creative Cloud Desktop uninstall fails with the following error:
Creative Cloud Desktop Uninstaller
Couldn't uninstall Creative Cloud for desktop. You still have Creative Cloud applications installed on your computer that require it.
Trying to uninstall any of the Creative Cloud applications (Photoshop, Bridge, Acrobat, etc.) brings Adobe Creative Cloud Sign-in window. The issue is that the user doesn't have an Adobe account and the software was installed by a previous PC user.
I was recently setting up Epson ET-4850 EcoTank Printer/Scanner and found that it cannot scan directly to a network share on a PC or a NAS device. This is quite disappointing as the printer is quite expensive and in my experience scanning to a network share is normally the most reliable method when it's properly set up.
One workaround is to set up scanning to a OneDrive folder via EpsonConnect. Obviously, this relies on the Internet connection and Epson services being available. Another option is scanning to a PC via Epson Scan software. There is also the WSD method, but I didn't go there...
To scan using Epson ET-4850 when the scan is initiated from a PC, all you need is Epson Scan 2 software that can be downloaded from the Epson Support website.
However, if you want to initiate the scan from the printer itself (Scan > Computer), you need three different software packages:
All shared mailboxes attached to a users' Office 365 Exchange account suddenly stopped updating in Outlook. The user can still send emails via shared mailboxes, but can't see the email they just sent in the in sent items folder. Also, no new emails show up in Inbox. The user's own mailbox is working fine.