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I have been redirected here from the Microsoft Community site. I recently upgraded from office 2019 pro to 2021 pro. Unfortunately, now when I open Outlook it triggers an "Updating Office, please wait a moment..." splash popup.
Outlook appears to be the only Office app that triggers it. After 30 seconds it disappears then it reappears 30 seconds later. The cycle is endless, even when Outlook is closed. The only 2 ways I have found to stop it are to reboot the computer or close down all Microsoft office related programs.
If it doesn't work, i'm afraid that you need to reinstall Windows to return your PC to a cleaner state and install a new Office 2021. (If you are ready to do this, please remember to back up your data).
Try pressing and holding the power switch in the UP position for 10 seconds (needs to be 10 seconds). This should power off the system and reset the RAM. Taking the battery out for a few seconds will also achieve the same result.
I added to the solution in the article and moved the code into a base class that all my forms inherit from. Now I just call one function: ShowWaitForm() during the frm_load() event of any form that needs a wait dialogue box while the form is loading. Here's the code:
Note: the Preload will trigger Used CSS generation only for pages that aren't cached when it runs. For the rest of the pages, Used CSS generation will run when their cache is cleared and then preloaded or visited. Therefore, you could clear the whole site's cache and run the Preload after you first enable Remove Unused CSS or when you've cleared the Used CSS. For really large sites, you might want to avoid overloading your server and prefer to wait as eventually all pages will have the chance for the Used CSS to be generated through WP Rocket's automatic cache clearing.
In the ticket I mentioned the disable the app readiness service. Their reply was this is a Microsoft issue and they can provide no recommendation. My response and still waiting, well, then what do we need to do from WEM. #crickets
My application normally responds to button clicks with sub-second performance, but there were a few operations where users can initiate quite long-running transactions (e.g. up to 15 seconds long in one case where it was hitting an eBus interface thousands of times).
Actually, there is a non apex application that is writing data into my oracle database and invoking my apex application to see the newly written data. Now the problem is, it is taking about 6-10 seconds for the non apex app to write data into my database. So when it invokes my apex app, the page report shows no data found error and after a few seconds, when I reload the page, it shows the data successfully. So this is due to latency in writing data into my apex app. Hence, I want to show a spinner for 6-10 seconds when the page is invoked so that this time will be consumed to write data into DB and after 6-10 seconds, the page must show the data. I am using Apex 4.2. Please help
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This number is beyond astronomically large. I say beyond astronomically large because most numbers that we already consider to be astronomically large are mere infinitesmal fractions of this number. So, just how large is it? Let's try to wrap our puny human brains around the magnitude of this number with a fun little theoretical exercise. Start a timer that will count down the number of seconds from 52! to 0. We're going to see how much fun we can have before the timer counts down all the way.
52! is approximately 8.0658e67. For an exact representation, view a factorial table or try a "new-school" calculator, one that understands long integers.
A billion years currently equals 3.155692608e16 seconds; however, the addition of leap seconds due to the deceleration of Earth's orbit introduces some variation.
The equatorial circumference of the Earth is 40,075,017 meters, according to WGS84.
One trip around the globe will require a bit more than 1.264e24 seconds, assuming 1 meter per step, which is actually quite a stretch for most people. This is almost 3 million times the current age of the universe, and we still have 2 levels of recursion to go (ocean, stack of papers).
There are 20 drops of water per milliliter, and the Pacific Ocean contains 707.6 million cubic kilometers of water, which equals about 1.4152e25 drops.
1 Astronomical Unit, the distance from the Earth to the Sun, is defined as 149,597,870.691 kilometers.
A royal flush occurs in one out of every 649,740 hands.
The odds of winning a lotto jackpot after matching 6 numbers chosen without replacement from the range 1 to 59 are 1 in 45,057,474.
The Grand Canyon has an estimated volume of 40 billion cubic meters. 1 grain of sand occupies approximately 1 cubic milimeter. Thus, the Grand Canyon could hold roughly 4e19 grains of sand.
This article estimates that Mt. Everest weighs about 357 trillion pounds.
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This guide contains step by step instructions to troubleshoot the following problem: When users are trying to log off from Windows RDS Server 2016, the logoff stuck at "please wait for the system event notification service". As a result of the problem, the RDP session never closes and the users cannot logoff or reconnect to the RDS server.
Another cause of the "Please wait for the System Notification Service" error message, is the installed antivirus on the RDS Server. Most specifically the problem may caused by any antivirus program (ESET, Symantec, McAfee, etc.), so I suggest to run the server with no antivirus for a couple of days to verify if it is the cause of the problem. *
The "Please wait for the SENS service" error is an old problem and may appear randomly and without an obvious reason in all server versions (Windows Server 2012, 2016 or 2019). So, another possible way to fix the problem is to tell Windows to terminate any unresponsive program and service on restarting, shutting down, or signing out. To do that:
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Is there a way I can manually clear that port in use? So I can immediately start lmgrd again versus waiting 60 seconds like I've been doing for linux to clear it automatically or however linux does it?
The funny story is that "moment" was also defined as a unit of measurement of time, long as X seconds and Y fractions of a second. U