HI ALL,

i have one Q. Please give your valuable Ans..

Q. How come to know given VHD is Clean Machine or! not?

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I presume you're asking about a VM which you haven't built?

There may be tools around which can compare two machines in that way but, failing that, a folder comparison tool like Beyond Compare would produce a file-by-file report and an export of both registries could be compared using a text file comparison tool.

EDIT:
Oops! Of course, BC can do file comparison, too!
Answered 07/20/2011 by: VBScab
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Thanks for reply..

what i am asking is we are creating clean machine right for app repackage. (using any VPC, VM, VBOX )

my Q is how to find it is clean machine(Build) or ! not..

i know one way , it is we go and check ARP Entry's...

if you know more ways find to know it is clean machine please post here...

Thanks
Ram
Answered 07/20/2011 by: appinstall
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my Q is how to find it is clean machine(Build) or ! not..LOL...if you're building it, how can you not know if it's clean or not?!? You're putting the apps on it! Holy cow...

For VMs, BTW, I suggest you have a bare OS VM plus a "core apps" VM and possibly some Business Unit-specific VMs which include apps that particular BUs use.
Answered 07/20/2011 by: VBScab
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Revert to snaphot -> Clean (of course you made this snaphot)
and all is well

and if you're not sure a package was made on a clean machine, you start over.

just my view on this ofc
PJ
Answered 07/20/2011 by: pjgeutjens
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You would need to first define the clean machine based on your organization standard (usually this would be the base image that every organization maintains).

Then prepare the machine from the base image.
You can always use a restore point to make your machine as clean machine.

Hope you understand.
Answered 07/20/2011 by: WSPPackager
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