Fix – Surface Pro 3 – Won’t Turn on

Here is how I got my surface pro 3 to finally turn on.

I used Two-button shutdown procedure below:

Don’t use this process on Surface RT or Surface 2.
Use this two-button shutdown process to ensure that Surface is turned off completely.

Here’s how:

Step 1: Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and tap or click Settings, tap or click Power, and then tap or click Shut down to shut down Surface.
If you can’t shut down Surface normally, press and hold the power button on your Surface for 10 seconds.
Step 2: After Surface turns off, press and hold the volume-up button and the power button on your Surface at the same time for at least 15 seconds, and then release both.
The screen may flash the Surface logo, but continue holding the buttons down for at least 15 seconds.
Step 3: After you release the buttons, wait 10 seconds.
Step 4: Press and release the power button on your Surface to turn it back on.
If your Surface still won’t turn on, it needs service. To request service, see Surface Online Service Center.

How to grant send on behalf of user in exchange 2003

Grant Send on Behalf of via Active Directory Users and Computers

This procedure will allow system managers to grant users the ability to send on the behalf of other users:

  1. Log onto the server running Exchange.
  2. Run Active Directory Users and Computers.
  3. Find the user’s account that you want to be able to send on behalf of, and open up the account properties.
  4. Select the “Exchange General” tab.
  5. Click Delivery Options
  6. Click Add and add the user (or users) that are to be granted permission to send on behalf of this account.
  7. Click OK to close the “Delivery Options” dialog.
  8. Click OK to close the account properties dialog..