Windows Server 2016 – Create VHD(X) files with Server Manager and PowerShell

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Open Server Manager Click Tools and Computer Management 3.  Click Disk Management, Action and then Create VHD 4. Click Browse to select or write the file and location for the new Virtual Hard Disk. Write the size for the new virtual hard disk and if it is Fixed size or Dynamically expanding. Then click OK. After you created the new Virtual Hard Disk, it appears as an uninitialized disk in the Disk Management. Create Virtual Hard Disk with Windows PowerShell You need to install (if it is not installed already) the hyper-v-PowerShell feature: install-windowsfeature…

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Linux – Order of startup files

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When you first log into Linux /etc/profile is read, and then if they exist  Linux read the following files ~/.bash_profile ~/.bash_login ~/.profile Just to mention that if the first file exists, Linux will read it and then will ignore the others. But when you create a new shell or terminal window, only the ~/.bashrc is read and that is because you do not perform a full system login. Linux – Order of startup files

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