Apparently this still happens on new HP laptops. I encountered it on a HP EliteBook 850 G4.
This – https://turbofuture.com/computers/HP-Laptop-Wont-Shut-Down-Solution – article from 2016 did the trick: unchecking ‘Allow the computer to turn off this device to save power’ !
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’, …’