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How can i map a drive letter to virtual box vm in windows? So for instance, i want a folder /home/user in my virtual machine to be mapped to the x: drive in windows? The vm is connected via host only networking.

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You could set a folder in your host as the sharing folder and then 'mount' it in the guest os. –  maxmackie Apr 3 '11 at 18:08

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Why not use good old network sharing, just as between two real machines?

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