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Okay, here's a batch script that will find the Java folder with the highest version build number and then copy all files from your stage folder to the correct folder (with the highest version number only) as you need for the Java installed on your machine. I also put some IF logic in there so if the \jre\lib\security directory does not exist, it creates it ...
The main difference is the underlying machine. With Java, it is a well specified ad hoc pure software machine with its own machine language (bytecode) while with VMWare (or VirtualBox, etc.), the underlying machine presented is close to a physical PC using the same machine language as the real hardware (x86).
The term virtual machine is a colloquialism in that it simply refers to the idea of a machine (not the actual thing itself). Due to this it can refer to almost any piece of software (hence the virtual) that "acts" like a machine. A video game emulator is a virtual machine (and actually quite like how the JavaVM works). The biggest difference between types ...
When using a 64-bit OS, change the NetBeans shortcut to use netbeans64.exe instead of netbeans.exe before you pin it. You can probably also right-click the pinned icon, right-click the NetBeans shortcut, select Properties, and then change the Target to use netbeans64.exe instead of netbeans.exe.
You can try things like using the netstat -o command, or whatever alternative might be available on your platform, to identify the process which is using the port you want to block (assuming you don't know the offending process already). If you have enough access (usually meaning "if it's a program running in your user account"), you can then kill that ...
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