It’s not that difficult, but it can take some time to find out how to do this. Everything you need to know about this is explained here: https://www.petri.com/boot-hyper-v-virtual-machine-using-pxe
To quickly identify which version of App-5 you are using and what is the latest version, check this Microsoft article.
The simplest way to run a command with a system account – for example testing the installation process of an installation script – is using PsExec.
PSEXEC -i -s cmd.exe
This will open a new Cmd-window as system.
Occasionally it comes in very handy to quickly look up build number information about Office, SCCM, …
I found this convenient blog which makes this very easy: https://buildnumbers.wordpress.com/
You can remove the menu bar from your Guest OS (View, Menu Bar, Show Menu Bar).
But how do you get the menu back ? By default the shortcut key to show the menu is “Host-Home” (Host = right Ctrl key by default).
If you have changed the default key for the menu, be sure to check this key in the menu: Input, Keyboard, Keyboard Settings, Popup Menu before you hide the menu bar !
I have been testing atom for editing Python code. (https://atom.io/)
Overall I was impressed. A lot of add-ins (called ‘Packages’) are available on top of the default ones.
I installed the ‘Script’ (https://atom.io/packages/script) package to run scripts from within Python. You can install this package from atom: ‘Settings’, ‘Install’ (search for script …)
Once this is done you need to remember starting atom with the command “atom .” (and configure script using ‘Packages’, ‘Script’, ‘Configure Script’) – then you can run a script with the shortcut ‘shift-ctrl-b’ (for Windows), or from the atom menu: ‘Packages’, ‘Script’, …’
Viewing multiple files side by side in Notepad++ comes in handy. I was looking how this can be done and apparently it’s easier than you may think.
Just rightclick on the tab of the file you want to see next to the current one. In the lowest part of this menu you can find what you need:
Move to Other View
Clone to Other View
Move to New Instance (you may prefer this or the next one if you are working with multiple monitors)
Clone to New Instance
Another option – less obvious is to start Notepadd++ with the parameter -multiInst. I found this here.