If you cant connect to ESX with SSH If you can, you can scroll down to ” SSH to EXS host login with the root”
Login to Vcenter with Vmwarevsphere web client Pick Esx, pick Manage to the left, then you will have a menu called Settings. Then you go to the Security Profile.
Now you can click on Edit (not sure if it’s necessary to mark SSH?)
Mark SSH and click on Start or Stop depending on what you want to do
SSH to EXS host login with root
Run this command: vim-cmd hostsvc/firmware/backup_config Bundle can be downloaded at : http://*/downloads/random.url/configBundle-localhost.tgz Replace * with IP for that ESX host. Surf to that URL and you can download the config file
And you’re done.
Don’t forget to turn off SSH to EXS if that you want
Do you have a pc with a black screen, and nothing seems to happen when you press the power button? Maybe have even tried plug-in power adapter but still, nothing happens?
Try this older version of the laptop is easier to do this. 1. Remove power adapter 2. Remove the batteries, this can be tricky with today slim batteries Take help if you are not sure, there will probably be YouTube video how you do it. 3. Then that’s done press power button for about 10 – 20 sec. 4. The step you can plug in the only adapter and try or install batteries again try.
But make sure both are not installed when you turn on the machine the first time.
Hope did help you with your problem, and you can get back working with your computer as before.
Software reset On the printer display up to the right, it should say, guest Click on it and login with admin (password can be found in
Printer – XEROX WorkCentre 7845 After logging in it should say admin up to the right.
A button to the left bottom corner (on the side of the displayer). Click on it
Click after that Tools
Now the computer will do a restart that can take a while.
Step 2 soft restart
If this did not help, try soft restart
Soft reset (hard reset can you find on the next page) Look for this button push-off, make sure no work is on when you do this.
The printer will now start to shut down, then it’s done you can push on again. It will take about 10 min to start up the printer. Make sure networks cable is connected then you turn it on.
If this did not help, try Hard restart
Step 3 Hard restart
Look for this button push-off, make sure no work is on when you do this.
Then the screen is black look for this button on the picture below
find it to the left of the toners are placed.
Turn it off.
Now it’s time to move the printer so you can access the other side of the printer. Look for this place of the printer
Pull the power core, then hold in the white button, for 30 sec. A hint, follow network cable from the card reader to the printer open that hatch. You will find a small display, then it turns black you can release the white button.
Then after that plugin power core, turn on the last button and for the last turn on the button you turned off first.
If the Display only shows a dot . (not like the picture because it not only a dot on it) then the printer is all good, anything else is error message then contact Customer Support for the Xerox printer
If you don’t know your BitLocker key but you have your BitLocker recovery key, you can use that recovery key to unlock your drive. The BitLocker recovery key is a 32-digit number stored on your computer. Here’s how to find your recovery key.
Places to look for your BitLocker recovery key
On a printout, you saved: Look in places you keep important papers.
On a USB flash drive: Plug the USB flash drive into your locked PC and follow the instructions. If you saved the key as a text file on the flash drive, use a different computer to read the text file.
In your Microsoft account: Sign in on another computer or phone to see Bitlocker recovery keys.
In your Azure Active Directory account: For work PCs where you sign in with an Azure Active Directory account, to get your recovery key, see the device info for your Microsoft Azure account.
In your on-prem Active Directory, where organization have done this is how to configure then you can get it from Active Directory. Contact IT support if you not part of it.