Monday, December 31, 2012

Tips To Shape Up A Duplicate Copy Of The .PST File In Outlook

All the data stored in the Microsoft Outlook mail program is kept in a folder on your system as a “.PST” file. This is done by the email client program by default to facilitate an option to the outlook users which will allow them to transfer these data’s to another system whenever it’s necessary. The outlook mail program works with the help of the Microsoft Exchange Server program which maintains the network connections. It’s pretty simple to create the backup copy of these .pst extension files which will help a Microsoft outlook user to reinstate his or her Microsoft outlook email program when it’s cornered with certain errors. Tag along the following instructions as developed by the Microsoft support team to get this work done.

Exit from all the Microsoft programs that require an internet connection such as Outlook, Exchange Server and the Windows Live Messenger.
Go to the Start menu that is placed to the left hand corner on your taskbar and bring on the Run window in which you will have to enter the command that’s shown just beneath this instruction
o Type in “Control Panel” in the run menu to bring on the control panel window and later pick out the mail tab and click on it twice.
After accomplishing this, by using your mouse pointer, click on the “Show Profiles.”
As a result a list of profiles will be listed on the screen. From that, pick the appropriate profile and thereafter to “Properties.”
Next tag along the data files.
Under the Name of the available files, select the Personal Folders Service that want back up. It’s possible to give different names to this folder.
Next is to select Settings, and from the screen that appears make a note about the path and name of the file.
Next is to close the Properties window by clicking on the “X” button.
You can copy the files either by using the Windows Explorer or My Computer. It’s also possible to copy the files to other locations of your hard or to any other storage devices like USB or pen drive.
The above said tips by the Microsoft support team will surely help you in making a backup of a .PST file. Hope you find this article useful!

Monday, December 10, 2012

Error in update Patches for Microsoft Windows Server 2003

Microsoft Windows Server 2003 is equipped with features to automatically install updates whenever they are available. From the Windows server, a user can set the settings in such a way that alerts will be sent to the user regarding these updates. This will allow the user to check if the available update is essential and he/she can install that particular update. Another attractive feature about this operating system is that users can also download the Windows update patch from local networks. Errors can occur in this process which results in the loss of update patches. With the help of a particular tool in the Windows Control Panel a user will be able to identify the patch that has been installed on a Windows machine. This error will have an effect on the "Server" service, which is very much essential when a user needs to share a file or to print a particular document. The operating systems that have been stressed out with these errors are Windows 2000 Service Pack 4, all editions of Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista and Windows Server 2008.
Hot to get through this?
Once your computer is ready for the current showdown, navigate the cursor to the bottom left hand side of the Windows desktop to pick out the "Start" tab to call up the startup menu.
From the startup menu, you will be able to access the "Control Panel" tab that lies on the right pane.
Once the control panel Windows piles up on your monitor, go to the tab with the name "Add or Remove Programs" and click on it twice with your optical mouse to make your way in to that particular window.
Inside the "Add or Remove Programs" window, you will find the tab portrayed with the name "Show Updates”, click on it to open that window.
The "Show Updates” tab consist of all the installed Microsoft Windows updates and patches on your Windows installed computer.
Now it’s quite simple as you only have to scan through the updates listed below and make decision on a specific patch to initiate the installation process.
It’s all done; the required patch has been installed on to your computer. From this point you have to keep a tab on various Windows updates releases from Windows tech support panel.