HOW TO delete VPN connection

In this post I provide you a step by step guide about

HOW TO delete VPN connection

Your VPN connections are installed in the following location:

Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections

To remove/delete one:

  1. go to Control Panel
  2. click the Network and Sharing Center icon
  3. click Change adapter settings on the left panel
  4. right-click on the VPN connection and select Delete

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HOW TO capture menu using Snipping Tool

Since Microsoft included this feature in Windows I started to use it.
I didn’t know how to capture menus and DropDown controls because when I click on the button New the control lost focus and closd automatically.

HOW TO capture menu using Snipping Tool?

Open the Snippng Tool, click Cancel so that the toll will be still opened.
Then, when you want capture a menu or a drop down control activated, use Ctrl+PrtScn.

If you want capture a new one, press again New then Cancel and use Ctrl+PrtScn.

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Shortcut Ctrl+Alt+F1 does not work

If the shortcut Ctrl+Alt+F1 does not work the problem is not linked with the application that you are using but maybe with the computer that you are using, I noticed that is a problem in Dell machines.

Shortcut Ctrl+Alt+F1 does not work

Solution:

Use Ctrl+Alt+WinKey+F1

NOTE (by Daniele Rebussi): This solution applies also when NAV is used via Citrix/VMWare visualization environments, where Ctrl+Alt+F1 combination covers other functionality.

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HOW TO verify the Windows PowerShell version installed

You can verify that Windows PowerShell version installed by completing the following check:

  1. Click Start, click All Programs, click Accessories, click Windows PowerShell, and then click Windows PowerShell.
  2. In the Windows PowerShell console, type the following command at the command prompt and then press ENTER:
    Get-Host | Select-Object Version
  3. You will see output that looks like this:
    Version
    -------
    3.0

Windows PowerShell version

You can download Windows PowerShell 3.0 using the following link:
Windows Management Framework 3.0

NOTE: Windows PowerShell 3.0 is an external prerequisite to install Microsoft Dynamics NAV 2013 R2

External programs prerequisite Windows PowerShell 3.0

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Microsoft Expression Studio 4 Ultimate requires Product Key

Microsoft Expression Studio 4 Ultimate requires Product Key

Microsoft Expression Studio 4 Ultimate includes:

  • Expression Blend 4 + SketchFlow
  • Expression Studio 4 Web Professional
  • Expression Design 4
  • Expression Encoder 4 Pro

You downloaded the installation ISO from Microsoft website and you have a company license for this software.
You read “no product key needed” in the Microsoft website but a few of days after installation when you’ll open a tool of this software appears a window with a message that require to insert a Product Key

Solution:
Use the following key:

6WDDQ-K7D4F-GQGF4-2VYBJ-8K6MB

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F keys missing on virtual keyboard (On-Screen Keyboard) on Windows

When you open the virtual keyboard (On-Screen Keyboard) on Windows seems that the F keys (F1, F2, F3, F4, F5, F6, F7, F8, F9, F10, F11, F12) row is missing but really is only hidden.

Virtual Keyboard

Solution:

Click the Fn key

Fn key

then you’ll find the F keys in the first row

On-Screen Keyboard with F keys

Update of 01/06/14: More persons asked me more info because they thought by mistake that Fn button is the same of the Fn button in laptop’s keyboard.
If you need to enable/disable WiFi for example in Windows 7, you could use the WinKey + X

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HOW TO open virtual keyboard on Windows

To open virtual keyboard (On-Screen Keyboard) on Windows

Virtual Keyboard

go to

Start -> Run -> osk.exe

or

search On-Screen Keyboard

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