The VM’s were fresh installs, so there shouldn’t be any other conflicts.
I haven’t been able to find any references to this specific error anywhere else, but the resume key filter file seems to be related to Windows 2012’s new transparent failover feature for SMB 3:
Just be careful not to run every script you download from the internet :) If you’re working in a production environment and only want to run self-written scripts, the Remote Signed level should be loosy enough.
System error codes will appear in software programs and in various areas within the Windows operating system after certain errors occur.
If you’re not sure what to do with an IPSW file, you can read our walkthrough of how to use them.
Remote Signed: Scripts written on the local computer do not need a digital signature, but any script downloaded from outside (email, IM, Internet) must have a signature to execute.
Unrestricted: Any script can run, but scripts downloaded from outside will run with a warning.
There’s two ways to fix this, the first is the easiest: Easy: Using Tiny Umbrella Tiny Umbrella prevents you from having to use the Terminal to edit system files, instead you can just launch the app and quit it.
Now quit out of Tiny Umbrella and the app will modify the hosts file in the process to remove the block, allowing you to connect to Apple’s servers again.