To perform a factory / hard / cold reset on a HP LaserJet P3000 Series printer wasn't that straight forward in my eyes. Although in the menus there was an option for Reset Factory Defaults, this did very little in erasing the configuration and returning the printer to a default state. After reading through a few manuals I found the following performed what HP call a Cold Reset. Cold reset
A cold reset unlocks menus that have been previously locked and sets all control panel menu items(including EIO settings) back to the factory defaults. However, it does not clear the values in the SERVICE menu (such as the serial number and page counts).NOTE
Before performing a cold reset, print a menu map and a configuration page. Use the information on the configuration page to reset any customer-set device configuration values that the cold reset procedure changes. Turn the device off.Turn the device on. When the memory count begins, press and hold the green Check button. Continue holding down …
For a long time now, I have been using trials to test new technologies at home that I can use for my work like every good tech does. With the introduction of Office 365, more and more I need to be able to test the clouds services for different scenarios. However, I like to completely remove any services that I am finished with an no longer need as a end-of-the-day clean up task.
So how do you do this with Office 365?
By default, once the trial subscription expires the tenant will remain active allowing you a chance to purchase a new subscription and assign to your tenant. In this case I know I will never need the tenant again.
So this is what I have found to decommission a Office 365 trial tenant using Azure Active Directory.
Please triple check that you are doing this on the correct tenant. This deletion is unrecoverable. You do this at your own risk.
Before you can start this process you need to make sure: All subscriptions are deprovisioned This can be viewed i…