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Jun
6
comment Windows 8.1 - Any way to legally obtain the ISO file?
So I shouldn't be scared about backdoors and such ?
Jun
6
comment Windows 8.1 - Any way to legally obtain the ISO file?
None of the answer given in this link can help me, since I cannot run any executable provided by Microsoft on my Virtual Machine, because of the resolution. Just tried all of them, it fails each time for the same reason.
Jun
6
comment Windows 8.1 - Any way to legally obtain the ISO file?
That's why I am just asking for a safe link ;)
Sep
26
comment Install a software without booting a VM
It is actually possible with hivex (cf. my original post)
Sep
26
comment Install a software without booting a VM
No, each configuration will be unique. And I really need my VMs to be powered off (I'm talking about more than 500VMs here). So if I could bundle the installation of all the software I need and be able to install them directly on the VMDK, that would be great. Of course it would suggest I have to install all the software at least once on the specimen machine to know what's going on during the installation
Sep
26
comment Install a software without booting a VM
I won't install a single software, each virtual machine will actually have a "unique" configuration. e.g. 1 machine with Acrobat Reader 9 and Firefox 13, another with AR 2 and Firefox 21, and so on. The theory I am presenting here would allow me to create "installation bundle" for any software, I would just have to install it once on my specimen VM, to then be able to install it on any VM I want
Apr
18
comment Set Korean input type to default
I am using Windows 7
Jan
14
comment How do I create a shortcut to a file that does not yet exist?
Perfect, thanks :)
Jan
14
comment How do I create a shortcut to a file that does not yet exist?
I edited my post.
Jan
14
comment How do I create a shortcut to a file that does not yet exist?
The problem is that my file will be located on D: (CD Reader), so creating a file called D:\myScript.exe will raise the following error : a filename cannot contain \