A Windows 10 PC has Microsoft Office 2016 installed that was activated with some sort of corporate/business license. The license is no longer valid and occasionally throws warnings about possible software counterfeiting.
A user has a valid MS Office 2019 Home and Business license. After uninstalling MS Office 2016 and installing Office 2019, nothing seemingly changes - MS Office still appears as Office 2016 activated with the same invalid corporate license, even though Apps in Windows Settings and Control Panel correctly shows that Office 2019 is installed.
Windows 11 PCs suddenly stopped connecting to L2TP/IPsec VPN hosted on SonicWall firewall. The following error is displayed immediately after clicking Connect:
Can't connect to VPN
The L2TP connection attempt failed because the security layer encountered a processing error during initial negotiations with the remote computer.
Blue Sherpa application cannot detect plugged in USB Yeti Nano microphone. The following message is displayed.
It appears that you don't have any devices connected. If you do have a device connected and it's not showing up, please unplug the device, and plug it back in.
Unplugging and re-plugging the devices, restarting the PC, and re-installing the application doesn't make any difference.
To enable concurrent Remote Desktop (RDP) sessions in Windows 11, you need to make a small change to termsrv.dll file. This file is located in C:\Windows\System32 folder. Before modifying termsrv.dll for the first time, you need to take ownership and assign yourself full permissions. You also need to stop the Remote Desktop service (TermService), if it's running.
DLL files can be modified using any HEX Editor (for example Tiny Hexer). You can do this yourself by replacing the strings shown below, or just download patched versions from this page.