When you delete a user account from Windows, you only delete the related credentials. All files related to the account are left untouched. You can remove them by the following steps: press <windows_key> + R type ‘sysdm.cpl‘ click on ‘Advanced‘ tab press User Profiles ‘Settings‘ button. select any Unknown entries and press ‘Delete‘ button. This can free several disk MBs.
Today I needed to copy a DVD ISO image file outside a HyperV VM disk. I tried by using Remote desktop copy and paste feature but it failed. Looking over the web, I discovered that it is possible to mount .vhd file in order to access to the contained files directly from the hosting machine. This solution worked fine for me. According to this post, … Continue reading Mounting VHD files by command line