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The All Management Servers Pool has not reported availability error in System Center Operations Manager 2016

Windows RT

After few months of successful upgrade to System Center Operations Manager 2016 I see "The All Management Servers Pool has not reported availability" error in the Active Alerts. Health status in Monitoring > Operations Manager> Manage Group Health shows as gray. No email notifications or active alerts are working now. Tried all possible solutions mentioned in various TechNet and Microsoft support sites but none helped. Please advise a solution. Environment: One management server (SCOM 2016) running on Server 2012 R2, SQL 2012 SP3 on the same server, 48 clients all are agentless. Steps already tried: 1. Updated registry entry based on https://blogs.technet.microsoft.com/germanageability/2016/02/26/common-scom-server-myths-tweaking-resource-poolmanager-registry-keys/ Rebooted and waited for few hours but the error still persist. 2. Restarted Management Server Data Access Service and Configuration Service. Updated Run as service account password. Increased Operations Manager and DW database size, now more than 50% is free. Checked resource monitor Memory, CPU, Disk utilization all seems to be normal. Thanks, Gabriel

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Desktop, Start & personalization Today, 04:05

lost permissions in folders desktop documents etc etc

Windows RT 8.1

i am not a win10 expert Out of the blue today i lost all permissions to do anything with my files ... i cant sent an Attachement in an Email... that's was the beguining. now i realize that i cant copy save move... what happens ... what do i do to solve the problem... habe you some simmilar experience ... how did this happend... how do I solve this problem ?

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Search, touch and mouse Today, 03:54

Hmm, we can't reach page

Windows RT

The same issue. Have read all through the messages sent or received by others affected. So, has anyone got any magic remedy yet to get this sorted, please? This is with my Laptop and I am the Administrator. Now the latest is in my Windows 640 Phone. I can't get anywhere to browse. Thanks.

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Desktop, Start & personalization Today, 03:53

Failed to install KB3213986 and KB3206632

Windows RT

Hi, I've been having issues with installing the previous cumulative updates KB3213986 and KB3206632 on my Dell laptop. I previously blocked KB3206632 from installing after it failed and rolled back 4x with one attempt causing me to blue-screen and need to restore from a saved point. Now I'm also having issues with KB3213986 I think I need to get this sorted rather than brushing it under the carpet. The log files mentioned in the other thread (https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/forum/windows_10-windows_install/failed-to-install-windows-cumulative-update-1607/d77c8c11-686f-4f0f-b53f-b5aacfd20626) are: System Log: https://1drv.ms/u/s!Ai1H0GPUVpqBa3ooeQabbtiQvkk MSInfo: https://1drv.ms/t/s!Ai1H0GPUVpqBbBYPfEcpbWsk6W0

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Hardware and drivers Today, 03:52

Backup and Restore fails when volumes are re-ordered or extended

Windows RT 8.1

I decided to upgrade from my 250GB SSD to a 500GB one due to running low on space. I'm using Acronis True Image 2017 to do this. I'm using Acronis "Recovery" with drive signature (rather than disk cloning directly). The normal drive layout on the original SSD (and backup image) is like this: And once the image has been recovered to the new drive, it's like this: The issue I'm having is that whenever I extend C: to use the rest of the unallocated space, or even just having the unallocated space between C: and the 450MB Recovery partition - backup and restore fails. The error codes are different for each case. With the unallocated partition moved to the left of the 450MB recovery, and then C: extended to use the unallocated space - Backup spits out the error: Windows Backup encountered an internal error. Please review your settings and retry the operation. Details: Incorrect function. Error code: 0x81000001. Even with the unallocated space being left between C: and the 450MB recovery but not being utilised, it fails with the error: Windows Backup failed while trying to read from the shadow copy on one of the volumes being backed up. Please check in the event logs for any relevant errors. Error code: 0x81000037. What's even more interesting is that when using "AEOMI Partition Assistant" to move the unallocated space back to the end of the drive - it slightly increases the recovery partition to 454MB. But despite this - the backup then succeeds. I expected it to fail due it not recognising the recovery as a 450MB partition. After trawling through google for hours on the first error code I came across a couple interesting pages which stated that Backup has some sort of 150GB (roughly) file size limit. Any single file beyond this size, and backup and restore fails. Someone suggested that perhaps Backup is seeing the additional 227GB of free space as a "file" and hence the error code? In both cases the backup fails right at the end (pretty much gets to 99%). Anyone got any ideas? I'd like to carry on using it if possible.

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Security, privacy & accounts Today, 03:33

System Stops Responding Randomly

Windows RT 8.1

My computer stops responding after random periods of time and i'm forced to do a hard reboot every time. However usually its after an hour or two. It does this regardless of what i'm doing. I have windows 7 home premium installed. The computer itself is an Asus Gamers Republic laptop. I've tried uninstalling all recently installed programs, as well as scanned for viruses. I've also scanned the disk for errors and recently defragged my hard drive. I've also disabled all startup programs and it still stops responding with all of them disabled. I'm at a loss as to what to do next. Any assistance would be appreciated.

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Other Windows apps Today, 03:27