@Skyetel Haha, ROFL. Lenny is a star!! This Jerry Jones isn't very bright!
And I'm sure his name is really Jerry Jones. lol
I get why/how this can be circumvented, but I don't know why you wouldn't just do it. Looking at a new WP site we just setup, I see in wordfence that it has been hit hundreds of times from Russia in the last week.
@Dashrender That is a weird issue. Is it on multiple models of hardware? Wondering if it could be display drivers.
yes, it's on a two different laptops and a desktop.
What if you create a new windows profile? Does it happen then? Or remove the printer and add it again?
Have not seen that one. What factors led to choosing it? Which others did you look into?
I wasn't really too involved with the reasons. But, I am pretty sure that it has a lot of integrations with various channels.
I'd be interested in this also. We tried a couple of solutions, including MS Power BI. Domo is what TPTB decided we will be going to, when we have the budget.
You need to install O365 on that machine using the shared option. Forget the name atm, not at a PC.
What happens is when they log on to the computer, office asks them to log in.
They'll need to have their own login for that computer.
Technically, doing it this way is the only allowed way to do it. You must specifically install the shared version of office.
I have read that, and the shared activation is for proplus. We have business premium. So, we would have to assign users with proplus licensing. However, a chat with MS last night yielded no solution. Sure, you can use proplus to do this, but what about if you have those same users that have office 365 mailboxes/exchange online with business premium? They couldn't answer that.
I read that MS has expanded the selections that can do shared activation somewhere. I want to say that happened in April? Here we go MS blog about the change.
That is Microsoft 365 Business, not Office 365
Veeam Backup and Replication v10 Sneak peek: Cloud Tier Copy Mode
"Copy Mode is an additional policy you can set against the Capacity Tier extent of the Scale Out Backup Repository (SOBR), which is backed by an Object Storage repository. Once selected, any backup files that are created as part of any standard backup or backup copy job will be copied to the Capacity Tier. This fully satisfies the 3-2-1 rule of backup, which asks for one full copy of your data off site."
The ERP's dependency might be actually be ACE, and not Excel itself
Hmm. I don't know about that. We don't have access installed on the ERP server or any of the other systems.