Services geforceerd stoppen

If you have a service that is not responding or showing pending in Windows services that you are unable to stop, use the following directions to force the service to stop.

  1. Click the Start menu
  2. Click Run or in the search bar type services.msc
  3. Press Enter
  4. Look for the service and check the Properties and identify its service name
  5. Once found, open a command prompt. Type sc queryex [servicename].
  6. Press Enter
  7. Identify the PID
  8. In the same command prompt type taskkill /pid [pid number] /f
  9. Press Enter

Presenting Microsoft Powerpoint Presentation with your Android based mobile

In the past years I presented a lot of presentations with the presenttools such as Logitech Presenters. They work fine but sometimes I forgot to take with me. 

So I was searching the internet for solutions. In the past I tried this solution but the integration wasn’t in that state that you can trust on it but I tried it yesterday. And I was a little bit confused over the smooth integration. Believe it or not. It’s a good solution. And I am going to use this solution tomorrow. 

Over 25 hours I’m back and let you know if it’s a solution to user with a real scenario.

Connect with Powershell to Office 365 (Exchange, Sharepoint, Azure Active Directory)

For many years I was an Office 365 Administrator. In our educational environment we used virtual desktops for administrative tasks. But in time we have to re-install based on a template the virtual desktops. And by creating the new template for the virtual desktops I was always struggling with installing the right components to be in charge for delivering support to the users who asked for support.

I was searching for a handy solutions to meet my goal in less time than the last one I had to create a template. So for searching for a while I found a great article like this

When you follow these link you earn a complex but working and very handy solution.

Harddisk loopt vol (Windows 10)

Recent had ik mijn Surface opgeschoond. Afgelopen week bleek dat mijn OS-disk nog maar 5Gb over had. Na diverse zoekacties (Treesize) kwam ik er achter dat dit artikel ook op mijn situatie van toepassing was.
Hier direct het artikel:
The SFC.exe program writes the details of each verification operation and of each repair operation to the CBS.log file. The CBS.persist.log is generated when the CBS gets to be around 50 meg in size. CBS.log is copied to cbs.persist.log and a new cbs.log file is started.


It would be useful only for troubleshooting issues. If you are sure your system is running fine, you can delete this file. SFC.exe will create a new one, next time it is run.

I have used following method to delete:

1. Stop TrustedInstaller.exe (Windows Module Installer) in Taskmanager Services tab. Additionally if you cannot, open the Taskmanager Processes tab and End Task the same process.
2. Delete or move all the .log files in the C:\Windows\Logs\CBS directory, you can delete the .persist and .cab files as well.
3. Start Windows Module Installer service (TrustedInstaller.exe) again.