If you happen to stumble upon an unknown device in Windows Device Manager with a hardware ID of ACPI\INT33A0, it's the Intel Smart Connect Technology device. Download its driver from Intel or from your manufacturer's website.
You can clear the WINS cache (NBT) by using the command prompt in a similar fashion as clearing the DNS cache:
Note that this only clears the cache. Normally you would want to repopulate it by running a new discovery (reregistration) on the network, like so:
When a backup is still indicated to run but isn't really (e.g. after a server crash or media failure), you can try to stop the backup by running the stop command using wbadmin (from an elevated command prompt):
wbadmin stop job
However, this sometimes does not work and the command hangs indefinitely. In this case, you can still stop the backup by stopping the Block Level Backup Engine Service service. If the service does not stop, use Task Manager to kill the process wbengine.exe, which does the same thing.
The (rather verbose) logs for the Windows SBS 2008 and 2011 POP3 Connector are located in the folder:
C:\Program Files\Windows Small Business Server\Logs\pop3connector
If your to-do bar shows up empty, or only displays a Loading... message, try to start Outlook with the parameter via Start → Run:
To change a user's (login's) password via Transact-SQL, use this:
ALTER LOGIN User WITH PASSWORD = 'new-password' OLD_PASSWORD = 'old-password'; GO
When attempting to send and receive e-mail in Outlook 2010, you may get the error:
This occurs when the Outlook profile is somehow corrupted.
You can attempt to resolve the issue by re-setting the delivery location in your Accounts, but sometimes this does not work, and the delivery location remains unset. In this case, you have to create a new Outlook profile, recreate your e-mail accounts in it, set the delivery location and reopen any other Outlook data files.