You can do this with a registry change,
Whenever making registry changes be sure to do a full backup first, I am not responsible for your mistakes.
Open your registry editor (regedit)
right click on advanced and add new DWORD value "JumpListItems_Maximum" and assign the desired value in decimal format.
In most cases you do not need to restart anything, if you would like you can restart explorer using the task manager.
open task manager: Ctrl+Alt+DEL select task manager and under the processes tab right click on "Windows Explorer" and choose restart.
That's it, your done.
When marketing and sending messages in linkedin you may commonly use your website address, in this case Linkedin actually caches your social media image, description. etc. This is your OG data.
You can go to https://www.linkedin.com/post-inspector/ and enter your website address to force linkedin to update this data.
You can add the following to your website to display a custom title, url, image, and description.
<meta property="og:title" content="yourcustomtitle" />
<meta property="og:url" content="https://yourcustomurlforthispage" />
<meta property="og:image" content="https://yourdomain/path/image.webp" />
<meta property="og:description" content="customdescription" />
Thats it, your done.
This error generally happens when rdpclip has become unstable. To solve this issue you can simply restart the rdpclip.exe application.
To do this open task manager, click on "Details" then find rdpclip.exe
Now end task on rdpclip.exe
Next you can restart the rdpclip.exe by running a new task
Enter rdpclip and click "OK"
That's it, your done and the problem should be solved.
If you have not already, you can download PuTTY from putty.org
Once you open PuTTY you can input the mail server name or IP address you are attempting to connect to into the Host Name field. Then update the port to 25 and the connection type to "Telnet".
When you click connect you should see something like this:
- If you do not receive a response, the connection was blocked by the mail server.
- If you receive "Cannot connect to host on port 25" the mail server is likely offline or is having network routing issues.
You can also run a few commands to test
This can happen for several reasons, mostly related to too much bogus traffic hitting your RDP port. It is best practice to only allow RDP access to a limited set of static IP's, only access via firewall or if the other two options are not possible change the default port for RDP access to help limit default bogus traffic.
With that said, the quickest way to solve this problem without a reboot is to simple disable the network adapter and reenable it.
Step by Step:
- Login to your Hyper-V manager
- Connect to the Guest VM in question
- Open the network manager and change adapter settings or Control Panel\Network and Internet\Network Connections
- Once on this screen simply right click the adapter and disable, then reenable.
Thats it, your issue should now be solved.