Windows 10 updates will makes changes to some system configurations that can impact applications running on your systems. A Nintex RPA customer recently updated Windows 10 and could not find their botflows. After some investigation, we found what Windows 10 had done to specific directories, where files are store. Click here for more details on how to get your botflows back.
Good write-up. I did have to stop processes in order to copy the current mdf/ldf files in the Windows Directory. Also, in order to kill the SQL process, I had to first stop the Nintex services.
I had to run through the steps in the article following an update from Windows 10 ver 1909 to Windows 10 ver 20H2.