Stop my computer updating
If you’ve gotten this far, you probably have your own reason to disable OTA updates on your device.
So let’s get right into it; here are the steps you need to follow:1) Turn off Find my i Phone on your device from .2) Delete any downloaded OTA update files you already have on your device by following this tutorial.3) On your i OS device, download and install a tv OS configuration profile.4) Your Settings app will launch and prompt you to install it, so tap on the blue Install button.5) If prompted for your passcode, enter it now:6) Next, tap on the blue Install button again, and when prompted, tap on the blue Install button one final time.7) After it installs, you will be asked to restart your device; tap on the blue Restart button.8) Once your device boots back up, you can go to and verify that the configuration profile was installed successfully.
An update to WSUS 3.0 SP2 on Windows Server 2008 R2 and Windows Server 2008 (both x64 and x86) seems to break Windows Server Update Services (WSUS) and/or Internet Information Services (IIS) making clients unable to update via WSUS showing error 0x80072EE2.
If it is, move on to the next step.9) Next, you want to plug your i OS device into your Mac or PC and open i Tunes.10) Go to your device’s page in i Tunes and back up your i OS device to your computer.11) Once finished, download and install i Backup Bot on your computer, then launch it while your i OS device is still connected.12) From the sidebar, go to 15) Next, click on the Save button and then click on the Close button.16) Now, click on the Restore button in the toolbar.17) You will now need to select the device you have connected, and then click on the blue OK button:18) Next, make sure both of the first options are checked and that the third is un-checked.
Then, click OK.19) The process will now begin.20) When it finishes, your i OS device will say “restoring” and may reboot, just give it a moment.
Use SQL Server Configuration Manager to stop the SQL Server (MSSQLSERVER) service.
These appear only in the NT-based operating systems: Win NT, Win 2000, Win XP, and Vista. STOP messages are identified by an 8-digit hexadecimal number, but also commonly written in a shorthand notation; e.g., a STOP 0x0000000A may also be written Stop 0x A.