Enable Windows Remote Management(WinRM) through command prompt

Here is the command to check if your computer (desktop/server) is configured for remote management

winrm quickconfig

What is & About Windows Remote Management

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Windows Remote Management (WinRM) is the Microsoft implementation of the WS-Management protocol which provides a secure way to communicate with local and remote computers using web services.

Usage:   winrm OPERATION RESOURCE_URI [-SWITCH:VALUE [-SWITCH:VALUE] …]         [@{KEY=VALUE[;KEY=VALUE]…}]

For help on a specific operation:

winrm g[et] -?        Retrieving management information.

winrm s[et] -?        Modifying management information.

winrm c[reate] -?     Creating new instances of management resources.

winrm d[elete] -?     Remove an instance of a management resource.

winrm e[numerate] -?  List all instances of a management resource.

winrm i[nvoke] -?     Executes a method on a management resource.

winrm id[entify] -?   Determines if a WS-Management implementation is running on the remote machine.

winrm quickconfig -?  Configures this machine to accept WS-Management requests from other machines.

winrm configSDDL -?   Modify an existing security descriptor for a URI.

winrm helpmsg -?      Displays error message for the error code.

For help on related topics:

winrm help uris       How to construct resource URIs.

winrm help aliases    Abbreviations for URIs.

winrm help config     Configuring WinRM client and service settings.

winrm help certmapping Configuring client certificate access.

winrm help remoting   How to access remote machines.

winrm help auth       Providing credentials for remote access.

winrm help input      Providing input to create, set, and invoke.

winrm help switches   Other switches such as formatting, options, etc.

winrm help proxy      Providing proxy information.

Error message when you try to open or save an e-mail attachment in Outlook: “Cannot create file”

When you try to open or save an e-mail attachment, you may receive the following error message:

 

Cannot create file: file name. Right-click the folder you want to create the file in and click Properties on the shortcut menu to check your permissions for the folder.

 

This issue may occur when the Temporary Internet Files folder is stored on a server on which you do not
have sufficient permissions.

Use Microsoft Fix It to resolve the issue or follow below steps

To resolve this issue, force Outlook to use a specific folder for temporary files. Modify the relevant Windows Registry key as follows:

 

Outlook 2000

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If you are using Outlook 2000, follow these steps:

 

1.     Start Registry Editor.

2.     Locate and then click the following registry key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\9.0\Outlook\Security\OutlookSecureTempFolder

 

Note You may have to manually create this registry key if it does not already exist on the system.

If Outlook is installed on a terminal server, use the following registry key:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\WindowsNT\CurrentVersion\Terminal
Server\Install\Software\MICROSOFT\Office\9.0\Outlook\SECURITY\OutlookSecureTempFolder

 

3.     On the Edit menu, click Modify, and then add the following registry value:

Value data: Path and name of the folder that you want to use

4.     Exit Registry Editor.

 

Outlook 2003


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If you are using Outlook 2003, follow these steps:

 

1.     Click My Computer, and then double-click drive C.

2.    On the File menu, click New, and then click Folder.

3.    Name the folder temp0.

4.    Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.

5.     Locate and then click the following registry key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\11.0\Outlook\Security\

6.     In the right pane, double-click OutlookSecureTempFolder.

7.     In the Value Data field, type C:\temp0\ and then click OK.

8.     Exit Registry Editor.

9.     Restart the computer.

 

Outlook 2010

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If you are using Outlook 2010, follow these steps:

 

1.    Click My Computer, and then double-click drive C.

2.    On the File menu, click New, and then click Folder.

3.    Name the folder temp0.

4.    Click Start, click Run, type regedit, and then click OK.

5.     Locate and then click the following registry key:

HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Office\14.0\Outlook\Security\

6.     In the right pane, double-click OutlookSecureTempFolder.

7.     In the Value Data field, type C:\temp0\ and then click OK.

8.     Exit Registry Editor.

9.     Restart the computer.

Reference: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/305982