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There's a couple of issues you need to explore. First, did you install openssh-server? If not, then $ sudo apt-get install openssh-server Usually, the UFW is modified to allow port 22 incoming connections when you install openssh-server. You can check that port 22 incoming is allowed by doing this: $ sudo ufw status Otherwise, $ sudo ufw allow 22 ...


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After installing firewall-config I looked into the basic set up of the ssh service and found this: Secure Shell (SSH) is a protocol for logging into and executing commands on remote machines. It provides secure encrypted communications. If you plan on accessing your machine remotely via SSH over a firewalled interface, enable this option. You need the ...


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Create a new blob and deploy new a VM with the existing VHD. Make sure the VHD is copied to the new Container, and while deploying the VM you should specify the container path, for example: $osDiskVhdUri = "https://*****.blob.core.windows.net/essrestore/Kel-FonSrv201611217334.vhd" This will install a new VM using your existing VHD.


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1.) Select the virtual machine and select VM > Settings. 2.) On the Hardware tab, select Display. 3.) Specify whether host settings determine the number of monitors. 4.) Set the number of monitors that the virtual machine will see, regardless of the number of monitors on the host system. Select a resolution from the list or type a setting that has the ...


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There's an easier way, if you can host a VM (with the OS and environment of your choice) on the computer with the VPN software. (Instructions below cater to VMWare Player). In short: Connect to the VPN on the host. Bridge the host's vpn adapter to the relevant VM network adapter a. This was VMnet0 in my case. b. I recommend using vmnetcfg.exe to do ...


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You can go into the Settings for the VM that you care about, and make sure it is set to "Save the Virtual Machine State." When your physical machine shuts down it will suspend the VM and when you bring it back up it'll be in the same state as when you shutdown. See below for the screen you are looking for. It's at the bottom of the left hand panel.


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On my Centos I connected this way. Setting up internet connection (NAT, BOOTPROTO=DHCP ) , service network restart. Then find out IP - ip a - and use this IP in putty.


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Let me give my overview, based on virtualization experience. Any malware with a network component will propagate to wherever their addressing/routing allows them to. Regular/well-known malwares tend to only operate in ‘user mode’, in a such a covert channel. If you are sharing CPU's, a busy process on one VM can effectively communicate state to another VM ...


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I had the same issue. Boxes was grabbing the mouse, but the cursor of the guest Win7 would not move. At the same time, however, keyboard was fully responsive. I managed to solve it by installing the Windows Guest Tools from here. I also found bug ticket that I thought it might be relevant, but I couldn't test. The ticket is a bit old, and it refers to a ...


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The Public IP will change as it is Dynamic, However the Internal IP will remain same after restarting. You can create Point to site VPN and use Internal IP to Communicate to server https://azure.microsoft.com/en-in/documentation/articles/vpn-gateway-howto-point-to-site-rm-ps/ All the best Let me know if this work :)


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This seems a rather silly way to handle it. Well, you could install some arbitrary image mounting software (and windows 10 and its equivilent windows server release would do this natively) but almost all VM software should be able to mount an ISO for installation natively. In the case of many 'server' grade VM hosts, you might even be able to do this ...


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Use VMware Workstation to virtualize a physical machine. It comes with 30 day trial Convert VMware to Virtual box VM


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I am going to be honest, I am not familiar with the Intel HAXM, but you might be able to throttle it to use less resources. If that does have a setting you may want to look in the Android Studio configuration: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/19986498/android-studio-using-100-cpu-at-all-times-no-background-processes-appear-to This thread mentions a ...


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The problem is you used the same subnet for the external network and the internal network. The machine can then rightly assume that the two adapters are actually connected to the same network, and use either one to reach the gateway. Since this is not the case, and the networks are different, they must use IP addresses in different subnets. The solution is ...


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This should work on a Windows, dunno about Ubuntu. Just remove the default gateway IP address from the Internal Network card, this will make the OS know that this network card is not routable.


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In a well-working virtualisation environment, the guest can not, should not and may not be able to identify the host if the host doesn't explicitly allow so, this is of course completely oposite to your requirement of something like a DRM system for VMs. This leaves you with a few options, some of which are: Demand the MAC address of the Host being ...


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Parallel ZIP drives specifically required an ECP parallel port in order to operate. In its heyday, the feature that distinguished ECP from EPP and SPP parallel ports was its use of DMA to do data transfers. USB does not support DMA, so most USB parallel adapters don't either. You must find a parallel adapter that specifically cites ECP support in its ...


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In the Windows control panel, select programs and features, and then turn windows features on and off. In that panel, turn off Hyper V. That should allow virtualbox to run both 32 and 64 bit operating systems. After the install of Ubuntu, go to Virtualbox settings and make sure that external media is unset, just to be sure. If that doesn't work, please ...


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Assuming you're using some sort of Linux Mint similar distro... It sounds like the "service" program can't find a "network-manager" script to run. It looks in /etc/init or /etc/init.d so you can check there to see what's available. Or see if auto-complete will tell you (easier IMO). Open a terminal and type: service net then type TAB several times and ...


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I did some more digging and found this solution already posted. Basically, it seems like I can create a "base image" of the system and have Dropbox sync that once, and then setup Virtualbox to make only incremental changes on top of it in either location. This should work perfectly!


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On VMware Workstation 10.0.0.7, if you already have Tools installed and are still getting prompted to download and install, this seems to have worked for me after a couple restarts of the VM : Remove this if you see it toolsInstallManager.updateCounter = "1" Add this: tools.remindInstall = "FALSE" Regards . . .


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Be aware that CryptoLocker will encrypt any files it finds on network shares. Therefore, you should remove all virtual network cards from your virtual machine. (Don't just disable them within the guest operating system as this runs the risk of them being re-enabled by malicious software. I doubt cryptolocker does this, but it is still good security hygiene. ...


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Try instead connecting it to the VM as a physical disk. (VMWare Documentation (perm link)) Have you opened Windows Disk Management to see if its listed there? Otherwise you may need to install VMware guest drivers in Windows. Also, the filesystem on the drive must be compatible with Windows. If you formatted it on the Mac as HFS+, you'll need to format it ...


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No - it can only encrypt files it can access - so provided it can't see any files outside the container its in, it can't harm the host OS directly.


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The most simple way is to use USB Flash Memory: 1- Connect your USB Flash Memory to your computer. 2- Your flash memory should get recognized to your virtual machine in: Setting > USB > Add new USB 3- Run your VB machine and go to removable drive as usual and explore your files.


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You could setup a linux VM with squid and use the caching functionality on it, and set that VM as a gateway for your workstation's Internet. for instance : http://wiki.squid-cache.org/ConfigExamples


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to find your shared folder using your linux gui explorer go to Filesystem then hgfs you will find there your folder. if you still couldn't find your shared folder so i suspect that this issue occurs because the GCC and PAE kernels are not up to date in the Linux VM and the hgfs folder is not created in the /mnt folder. If so update your kernel and ...


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Open an admin console on your windows7 host and execute the following: $ VBoxManage list vms Note that uuid or name in parenthesis of your VM and then: $ VBoxManage modifyvm --natdnshostresolver1 on


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In VirtualBox, you can select which adapter the VM should use. The configuration of the networking mode depends on host OS setup as well as any router/DHCP/etc settings, but your setup sounds simple enough. Try "Bridged adapter", then select the physical adapter that has a WAN connection.


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Update: I've found a solution that seems to work: I'm just using VMware Player now, it can do exaclty what I was looking for. In the VM settings in VMware, you can specify the virtual network you want to use. There, you should find two adapters, one of which is host-only, the other one NAT. Choose the NAT one. In Windows (network connections system control ...


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Virtual Machine with Virtualized OS, it is called when you have the "infrastructure" of the whole machine meaning, CPU,RAM,Hard Drive and you can manage it depending of the use. And a Virtual Machine like Java, it is called like a "pre-procesor" for the java language, it means that is more in the programming point of view instead of the "infrastructure" ...


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Virtual machines, as described by your lecturer, offer abstraction of physical hardware. Virtualisation is a fundamental building block of cloud systems, and the direction of modern IT generally. By installing a hypervisor on your physical server, you can split its resources into 'virtual machines', and run multiple virtual systems, on a single set of ...


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I needed to download the 180 Trial installation media and used the AVMA keys. After the install (and resolving connectivity issues https://serverfault.com/questions/767204/hyper-v-guest-doesnt-see-the-internet-through-external-virtual-switch) I activated the guest with the host's key. So far it seems to work fine.


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It seems that they are quite different... but... Yup. Sure is confusing. Imagine back in the days when "memory" sometimes meant RAM (which was short term), and sometimes meant disk space (which was long term storage). Well, that is what I was taught back in the days of the Apple 2. Trends have changed over the years. Both types of "virtual ...


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First off all you have to install/ update the VMware tool (Guest additions) Then create and set the dictionary from your Share Folder in Windwos Now run your virtual machine and open the File Explorer of it. (Navigate to) type in the search/ path bar this: /mnt/hgfs/mysharedfolder <- Path An extended discrition you can find here.


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In machine window: choose Devices from menu -> Optical Drives -> Remove disk from virtual drive Then reboot the virtual machine. (Alternatively you can go to machine settings in main VirtualBox window, select Storage tab, highlight the optical drive, click on a small disk icon, then choose to remove)



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