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    Linux:Debian, Kali-Linux... 2xWin8.1,1x7Pro, Retro:1x2003server.1xXPpro, 1xW2k,1x98SE,1x95,1x3.11
       #11

    NavyLCDR said:
    Well, I can tell you that I was extremely glad I tried it in a VM and not on a real computer that was in use! Silly me, I thought it would be a click thing to turn off (with a password, of course) and the computer would go back to a normal condition ready to be sold. Not even close!
    I know that feeling when you first go oh-nooo and then.. what a hell, just restore.. fixed
    I usually have bare metal install for testing on an old desktop+an old laptop as VM's never tell the whole story when testing some stuff.. So i use disk-imaging to restore as we almost to with VM's. But this time i did test on a VM as I'm horsing-around with a win10pro to make it an LTSC version for me to use as dualboot on this computer I'm on now..

    But it was in a way a bit fun to test this Demo mode
    But we should warn all others in here to not test it on their main computers.. only on VM or a crap computer for testing.
      My Computer


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    Windows 10 Pro (+ Windows 10 Home VMs for testing)
       #12

    Nothing that entering the following in an elevated PowerShell or commandline console won't fix... forever:
    Code:
    sc.exe delete "RetailDemo"
      My Computer


 

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