Windows 10 – People App, import,add and delete contacts and accounts

Windows 10 – People App, import,add and delete contacts and accounts

People app is a simple address book. It shows your contacts and their information. You need to have an online account. Let’s see how to import, add and delete accounts and contacts. Start the People App. If you haven’t imported any contacts you will see the following screen Add a contact Click the + sign at the top left of the app window You can add photo, phone and email address when you are ready click the Save button Now you can see the contact at the main screen Edit…

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Windows Server 2016 – DHCP export and import configuration/lease data

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Open PowerShell. Export add -Lease to export the leases add -ScopeId to export from specific scope Import add -Lease to import the leases add -ScopeId to import for specific scope More information here and here. Windows Server 2016 – DHCP export and import configuration/lease data

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Windows Server 2016 – PowerShell import failoverclusters module

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First, you need to install a Windows feature, the Failover Clustering feature: install-windows-feature Failover-clustering –IncludeManagementTools or if you want to add the management tools later install-windowsfeature RSAT-Clustering-PowerShell Now import the module import-module failoverclusters Check all the commands available to this module get-command -module failoverclusters   Windows Server 2016 – PowerShell import failoverclusters module

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Windows Server 2016 – PowerShell import module permanently

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First, we need to find the modules location. $env:PSModulePath or Get-module -listavailable I will copy the module to C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\Modules. I assume you have downloaded the module and it is a zip file. So we copy the module to the location above copy-item .\Docker.0.1.0.zip -Destination ‘C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\’ cd ‘C:\Program Files\WindowsPowerShell\’ dir Expand-Archive .\Docker.0.1.0.zip -DestinationPath .\Docker  #the directory name should be the same as the module without the .psm1 #the name is Docker.psm1 so the directory name should be Docker Now if you run get-module -list available you will see that…

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Windows Server 2016 – Hyper-V Import Virtual Machine

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Open Hyper-V Manager.  At the right side, on Actions Panel click Import Virtual Machine. Click Next. Click Browse and go to the folder of the VM you want to import. Then choose the VM you want to import Choose one of the 3 Import Types. Register …  Does nothing with the files, just registers the VM. If exported from the same server then can run only one copy at a time Restore … Copies the files to a location you specify and registers the VM. If exported from the same…

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