I wrote this script to handle a company wide Keepass update in my company. The script checks to see if a file (with the name of the version of Keepass) exists. If it does then it proceeds with the install, if not it closes the program.
Recently I wanted to test something with the latest version of VMware Workstation on my test machine that also had Microsoft Hyper-V installed. When trying to start a VM in VMware workstation I received the error ‘VMware Workstation and Hyper-V are not compatible. Remove the Hyper-V role from the system before running VMware Workstation.’
A client recently asked me to setup several VMs using the evaluation copy of Windows Server 2016. After they had put lots of data on the servers and decided to use them for production purposes they decided they wanted to keep the existing server setup. When inputting a purchased Volume Licence Key they were presented with the error ‘That key can’t be used to activate this edition of Windows. Please try a different key’.
How do I use robocopy to copy files from one directory to another?
This is a pretty simple one, for those of you that have a volume licence subscription or other method of downloading Microsoft .iso files with complete installers on them – this is how to make a bootable USB flash drive from them.