Connected to a NAS, like Synology SMB Service, and clicked ‘remember my credentials’? Sure, that makes it easy whenever you want to go back to that same shared folder, but now what happens if you want to connect using a different user, with different rights to the share? You would have to remove the exisiting connection first, and make sure Windows 11 forgets how to connect to that Server/NAS/Share. So what do you do?
In your Windows Start menu, search for “Credential Manager”.
In the “Windows Credentials” section, remove any stored credentials referencing the share, network drives or similar:
Open the details with the ‘arrow down’ and click “Remove”.
Repeat these steps until you remove all of the credentials associated with the NAS.
Now you can reconnect to your share and use the correct login. Have a nice day!
2021… Red Bull outsmarted Mercedes: Max Verstappen beat Lewis Hamilton!
Now do you want to see the upcoming 2022 season? You could get a F1 membership, or watch it using a free livestream. Most of the time these streams are limited to the country, but you can use a good VPN service to watch it anyway. I used to promote NordVPN (but got no commission from posting a link to them, my advise… wait until February and get an F1 subscription with a good promotion and discount… anyway…)… they say this is how it works:
Same problem as this one? ” under Windows 10 I could drag & drop any file (e.g. docx or xlsx) to the Word/Excel icon, which is pinned on my taskbar. When righ-clicking on the Excel icon, I could see my pinned Excel files. Same with Word: I saw all my pinned documents. Windows 11 doesn’t let me drag & drop files to the pinned Microsoft App in the taskbar anymore. Please note, it is not about pinning the Excel app to my taskbar or pinning a document as an app to the taskbar: it is about pinning a DOCUMENT to the pinned Mircosoft app. “
Since TB91 behaviour for opening an item in your Thunderbird Lightning calendar has changed from ‘edit item’ to ‘view summary’. Yes, you can click ‘edit’ or hit enter, but it just adds another step to an operation that should be default, or at least be a preference you can set.
Okay, remember these date functions? Here is another one when asked to submit a date/time as a Unix timestamp…
Calculated in seconds from January 1st, 1970 in Visual Basic.
Public Function fncConvertToUnixTimestamp(datDate As DateTime) As Double
Dim datOrigin As DateTime = New DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0, 0, DateTimeKind.Utc)
Dim diff As TimeSpan = datDate.ToUniversalTime() - datOrigin
Combining these takes a bit of tweaking. CTRL-` starts the command line in a nice window, but I would like to use a different startup-folder.
How to change the default terminal directory in vscode? Read from this link: Navigate to File -> Preferences -> Settings. Type cwd in search. Choose Terminal > Integrated: Cwd settings. Type the default path you want to set in the text block below (simply, no need for double hashes to escape) No need for saving, It’s automatic. Restart VS Code.
Next issue is trying to start cordova. It gives an error which can also be solved by setting the correct permissions for the Powershell. Read this link: Set-ExecutionPolicy -ExecutionPolicy RemoteSigned -Scope CurrentUser