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Windows Phone 7 – Add or create ringtones

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Add or create ringtones

          You can use your own ringtones so you can match your jingle to your          mood, or match just the right tune to your contacts. Just make sure the audio          file is:

  •             In MP3 or WMA format.
  •             Less than 40 seconds.
  •             Less than 1 MB.
  •             Not protected with digital rights management (DRM).

          To make any file that fits these criteria into a ringtone, all you          have to do is assign it the genre of           ringtone. If you have a PC,          you’ll use the Zune software. If you don’t have the Zune software on your          computer, see Install the Zune          software. On a Mac, use iTunes to assign the genre, and then          sync the file using the Windows Phone Connector for Mac. To learn more, see           Sync          and get updates with my Mac.

To add a ringtone to your phone

  1. Connect your phone to your computer using a cable, and then sync the file to your phone.

  2.                 On Start, flick left to the App list, then tap Settings Settings icon > Ringtones + sounds.

  3. Tap the Ringtone list, then find the new ringtone you just added.

To create a ringtone using the Zune software

  1. Open the Zune software and find the file you want to turn into a ringtone.

  2. Right-click the file, and then click Edit.

  3. In the GENRE list, click  or type ringtone, then click OK.

  4. Connect your phone to your computer using a cable, and then sync the file to your phone.

  5.                 On Start, flick left to the App list, then tap Settings Settings icon > Ringtones + sounds.

  6. Tap the Ringtone list, then find the new ringtone you just added.

Note

            To see the length, size, and genre of a file in the Zune software,            go to Collection > Music >            Songs, then click CHOOSE COLUMNS. Select the             Genre, Length, and Size check            boxes, then click OK.

Object “name” contains other objects. Are you sure you want to delete object “name” and all of the objects it contains

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When you get the message "Object "name" contains other objects. Are you sure you want to delete object "name" and all of the objects it contains" when you want to delete a user account.
To determine which sub-objects this message referres to,
Open Active Directory Users and Computers.
Go to View and select here  "User, Groups, and Computers as Containers."
Expanded the Arrow sign to the left of the object name(user object) and then it will show you what objects the account contains.
In my case it were mobile devices owned by the user.


       

Connecting to remote server failed with the following error message : The WS-Management service cannot process the request.

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Connecting to remote server failed with the following error message : The WS-Management service cannot process the request. The system load quota of 1000 requests per 2 seconds has been exceeded. Send future requests at a slower rate or raise the system quota. The next request from this user will not be approved for at least 2147483648 milliseconds.

 

 

iisreset will solve this problem,

 

start command prompt and enter “iisreset”

 

 

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