Discussion5Replies207Views MadalinaG Member since 2015 4 posts Sopra Steria Posted: 4 years agoLast activity: 4 years 8 months ago Closed Reset virtual machine to initial stateI was wondering how I could delete all my work from the virtual machine.I would like to go through all the exercises again and I would like to open a fresh session - is this something which can be done?I tried deleting it from my computer and downloading again but it didn't work. Did I do it wrong or do I need to do something different? Thanks,Maddie Pega Academy ×Close popoverFacebookTwitterLinkedinEmail Copy Link Copied! Moderation Team has archived post This thread is closed to future replies. Content and links will no longer be updated. If you have the same/similar Discussion, please write a new Discussion. Posted: 4 years agoMarco Looy MOD replied to MadalinaGMadalina, Thanks a lot for your post. The recommended approach is as you figured out, to start with a fresh Exercise System. The first step is to delete the existing Exercise System folder from the file system. The next step is to download and extract the fresh exercise system. Marco Posted: 4 years agoUpdated: 4 years agoRajKInsu CTS replied to Marco LooySolved, simple mistake..havent removed the previous .vbox file from VirtualBox :) Hi Marco, For a fresh start, I removed the exercise system from the system and downloaded it again and extraceted using 7-zip. But, I am finding an error when trying to add the vbox to thevirtual machine as "Trying to open a VM config 'C:/Users/raj/Desktop/SSA_716_VM_20160120/SSA on Pega 7.1.6/SSA on Pega 7.1.6.vbox' which has the same UUID as an existing virtual machine." How to proceed further. Thank you Raj Posted: 4 years agoMadalinaG Sopra Steria replied to Marco LooyHi Marco, Thanks for your reply. I have tried that and it resumes to the same state after I download the new exercise system - do you know why this happens? Thanks, Maddie Posted: 4 years agoMarco Looy MOD replied to MadalinaGMaddie, That is strange, can you please be more specific about "it resumes to the same state". For example what is your observation that leads to this conclusion? Marco. Posted: 4 years agoMarco Looy MOD replied to MadalinaGRaj, It is not clear how you ended up into this situation, what I know for sure is that chancing the UUID is not required for using the Exercise System as recommended. Nevertheless I'm sure the hint "VBoxManage internalcommands ...." will help you move forward again. https://forums.virtualbox.org/viewtopic.php?p=33678 http://www.groovypost.com/howto/virtualbox-error-uuid-hard-disk/ Marco.