Force Remove FortiClient
Oct13

Force Remove FortiClient

Remove FortiClient KB ID 0001804 Problem I don’t know if its’ just bad coding, or an attempt at security, but the fact that the ‘uninstall’ option is missing from add remove programs for the FortiClient is a bit annoying. Remove FortiClient Solution While attempting to remedy this I came across the following command, which is supposed to remove the client software, which it did NOT do, but it did give me the...

Read More
MS Teams Notifications Missing (macOS)
Oct12

MS Teams Notifications Missing (macOS)

Teams Notifications KB ID 0001803 Problem I’ve put up with this for a while, my business pretty much runs on Teams now, so when theres no notification badges on the Teams icon (in the Dock), my response times can be ‘not great’. In fact, usually I get my head down into a job, and check Teams just to see a ‘ton’ of messages that need my input. (Some might think that’s a good way to work,) but when...

Read More
Upgrade Server 2012 (In Place)
Oct11

Upgrade Server 2012 (In Place)

Upgrade Server 2012 KB ID 0001802 Server 2012 End Of Life Windows Server 2012 (and Windows Server 2012 R2) will go end of life on October 10th 2023. Start planning to migrate your productions workloads off this platform as soon as you can. I’ve mentioned before on the site, I’m not a fan of ‘in place’ upgrades, you get to migrate all the ‘broken bits’ (that you didn’t realise were broken), and...

Read More
Windows Update Error 80072EFE
Oct06

Windows Update Error 80072EFE

 80072EFE Error KB ID 0001801 Problem Seen on versions of Windows built from ‘older’ versions of the install media, when attempting to check for updates you may see. Error(s) food: Code 80072EFE Windows update ran into a problem 80072EFE Update Error Resolution At first (because it was a newly build machine.) I thought the problem was incorrect Time zone, Time, or Locale. But thats NOT the problem, you’re stuck in a...

Read More
Update PowerShell To the Latest  Version
Sep29

Update PowerShell To the Latest Version

Update PowerShell KB ID 0001800 Problem Whenever you start Powershell,  you may see something like, You’ve probably seen that so many times, you don’t even thing about it. So what’s the quickest and easiest way to update it? I like to see what’s going on, so I choose to update with the MSI file. Update PowerShell Solution From within the Powershell window execute the following command. Invoke-Expression...

Read More