What is a person (contact) data model?
A person (contact) data model is a structure which stores data and information related to individuals who are contacts of an organization. It usually includes information such as name, address, phone numbers, email and other contact details. The model can also include additional information, such as a contact's title or job, a relationship history and preferences for communication.
Why do horses bite in the pasture?
Horses may bite in the pasture when they are feeling threatened, stressed, or insecure. They may also do so out of boredom or to establish dominance over other horses. Horses may bite if they are seeking attention from their human caretakers, as well. Additionally, horses sometimes bite due to a medical condition such as ulcers, gastric distress, or dental pain.
How do I add a script to a shutdown process?
1. Open Start and type in “Task Scheduler”. Click the Task Scheduler app.
2. When the Task Scheduler launches, click “Create Task” in the right-hand pane.
3. Give the task a name (e.g. "Shutdown Script").
4. Under the “Security Options” heading, click the “Change User or Group” button.
5. Type in your username, and click “Check Names”.
6. Click “OK” to save the user account.
7. Under the “Actions” heading, click the “New” button.
8. Select “Start a Program” as the action, and click “Browse” to select the script you want to add (e.g. a batch file).
9. Click “OK” to save the action and return to the main Task Scheduler window.
10. Under the “Triggers” heading, click the “New” button.
11. Select “On an Event” as the trigger type, then configure the settings to match the shutdown event (e.g. System/Windows Shut Down).
12. Click “OK” to save the trigger and return to the main Task Scheduler window.
13. Optionally, under the “Settings” heading, click the check box next to “Allow Task to be Run On Demand” if you want to be able to manually trigger the task.
14. Click “OK” to save the task and close the Task Scheduler window.
How to disable automatic update of Windows 10?
There are two ways to disable automatic updates in Windows 10.
The first way is to use the Settings app:
1. Click the Start button and select “Settings” from the Start menu.
2. Click “Update & Security” in the Settings window.
3. Select the “Windows Update” tab from the left menu.
4. Click “Advanced Options”.
5. Here you can choose between enabling or disabling updates completely and also selecting a particular “Active Hours” time range during which no automatic updates will be installed.
The second method is to use the Group Policy Editor.
1. Click the Start button and type “Group Policy” in the search box.
2. Double-click on “Edit Group Policy”.
3. Select “Computer Configuration” then “Administrative Templates” then “Windows Components” and finally “Windows Update”.
4. Double-click on “Configure Automatic Updates” on the right.
5. Select the radio button for “Disabled” and click “OK”.