An error in updating your system has occurred powershell

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While testing out MSSQL 2012 Always On Failover Clustering in my lab, I stumbled upon a strange error which I have never seen before: “Updating permission settings for file [Shared drive]\[Mountpoint]\System Volume Information\Resume Key failed”.

This happened for all drives that was mounted as a mount point (folder) instead of a drive letter.

For non-terminating errors we have the option to tell Power Shell how to handle these situations.

This is where the error action preference comes in.

If after attempting to open Powershell you receive this error, Internal Windows Power Shell error.

Loading managed Windows Power Shell failed with error 80131522. Try and reinstall Power Shell by running the install file again, i.e.

Update 12/13/2013: Want to know if an error you encountered is terminating or non-terminating?

Check to see if the error behavior is affected by changing the $Error Action Preference.

The folder permission setting were supposed to be set to 'D: P(A; OICI; FA;;; BA)(A; OICI; FA;;; SY)(A; OICI; FA;;; CO)(A; OICI; FA;;; SID)'.You may have already tried to re-install powershell and it's still failing to open. Windows Server2003-KB926139-x86-The uninstall will be listed in Add or Remove Programs as follows: Windows Server 2003: "Hotfix for Windows Server 2003 (KB926139)"Windows XP: "Windows Power Shell(TM) 1.0" II.Resolution: Uninstall Powershell / Repair (in my case used the rapair option) or reinstall framework 2.0 / Install Powershell. Manually remove the Installation folder(s): Windows Power Shell 1.0 uses Package Installer technology for Windows XP-based and for Windows Server 2003-based installations. NET Framework 2.0 Note: if you receive an error like the following, then chances are .The statements behave similar to the statements of the same name found in C# and other languages.The behavior of try/catch is to catch terminating errors (exceptions).

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