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The following relates to the most recent version of VirtualBox at the time of writing (4.3). I can't speak for older versions. A SAV file is made up of units. If you open your SAV file in a hex editor you can navigate through the units by searching for the following hex string: 0A 55 6E 69 74 0A 00 00 This is the word Unit with some other characters ...


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You don't need VT-D for most things. VT-D is for Hardware/PCIe passthrough. There's very little need for PCIe passthrough on a laptop, since you have, at most one or two PCIe slots, and non suitable for video. VT-X is quite often really useful, and is either a hard requirement for VM host software or required for specific setups, but most modern systems ...


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Horizon View client can be run through HTML5-based web browsers to access the console. Then you could PXE boot "any" Linux live distro and start its Web browser pointing to the Horizon View URL. You will need a PXE server that could also be run from an ESXi's guest. This PXE server is the one that will offer the above mentioned Linux live distro for PXE ...


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The short answer is that yes, you should Sysprep the environments before creating multiple copies that will be used in the same environment. There are two ways I would proceed. The first is to configure a base VM, create a snapshot, and Sysprep it, then create a clone of that VM. The original VM would never be boot, just cloned whenever you wanted a new ...



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