New rule: if you come to me for tech help and didn't try turning it off and on, don't even bother.

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    that should not be needed. then its broken or bad code running :)
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    production servers included?:p
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    I get the feeling that his is somehow related to my android question 🤔
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    if you think turning something on and off actually fix the problem, maybe you shouldn't be here?..

    turning on and off does not fix anything, just a way to get pass it (for now)..
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    It actually does fix something. Services that won't start before you restart your pc....?
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    As a catch-all for anything that can fuck up during runtime, it's a pretty useful strategy.
    This is from someone that works at a service desk.
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