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Config of D-Link 502T with VMware on WinXP, Ubuntu Server on VMWare!

Q: Config of D-Link 502T with VMware on WinXP, Ubuntu Server on VMWare!


I've a broadband link of MTNL with D-Link DSL 502T modem, and a m/c with Windows XP as primary OS and over it running VMWare server ver 1. I''ve loaded Ubuntu 10 server over VMWare and made it as the DNS / Web Server, I've got domain name registered against a static IP.

Now the problem I'm facing is that whenever I try to open the web-page of my web-server, I receive Modem Configuration page instead of web page I loaded on the server, although my Apache 2 server is running fine.

Can some one help me tell how to configure so that it directly fetches the web pages loaded in the web server instead of modem configuration page.

Thanks and regards


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A: Config of D-Link 502T with VMware on WinXP, Ubuntu Server on VMWare!

If this is from a remote location, are you sure you have disabled remote administration in the router?

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I don't need help, I just wanted to post my solution. 
I recently setup the latest version of Vmware player on Ubuntu 13.04 and found myself unable to download the tools for it. error try again later or something along those lines. I searched about online for answers but google only presented 1 relevant topic and it didn't have a solution. Anyways I've discovered how to get around this, it's quite obvious really, I feel dumb for taking so long to figure it out. Lauch VMware player as root, then the tools will download successfully. Hopefully this will save someone a world of heart-ache.

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Virtual machine OS is Windows XP Pro. Vmware version is 6.
Real shared folder is on another PC with XP Pro.
I create a New Folder from virtual machines Windows explorer in a real shared folder on another PC. Then wish to rename it to all lowercase like new folder.

But when I rename New Folder to a different name like New Folder1 and then rename to new folder (all lowercase), IT WORKS!

This problem is important because I create case sensitive scripts and must save on a file server.

Have you got any useful SOLUTION for this problem?

Thanks in advance.

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On the drivers website of the T620 TC, the latest version of the horizon client is 4.1On the vmware website i can download version 4.2Do i always have to use the "embedded" version of the Horizon client from the Thin Client driver site, or can i also use the "general" windows version? Thanks 

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Hi everyone

I am running a 2 year old DELL Inspiron 6000 with XP Pro SP2. I wanted to use some sort of virtualization to setup Ubuntu 6.10 on my laptop, and a couple of people on other TechSpot forums suggested VMWare.

How can I go about setting up VMWare (Server?, Workstation?, Player?) and loading Ubuntu (or another Linux distro) in the VM?

A detailed walkthrough would be great, since this is my primary computer and I won't take any chances unless I can follow some expert advice.

A:Ubuntu on Windows XP using VMWare

Anyone? Anyone? Anyone?

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So I installed VMware Player because I would like to run Ubuntu in a virtual machine.

I tried creating a virtual machine with the Ubuntu .iso file I downloaded from Ubuntu. Everything went as it should but when I try to play the Ubuntu Virtual Machine I get the following (see screenshot).

I am not understanding exactly what this means. Could it be because the .iso file I downloaded is the 64-bit version and I should of downloaded the 32-bit version? I downloaded the 64-bit version because my system is 64-bit. I currently run Windows 7 Pro 64-bit.

Any input would be appreciate it. Thanks.

A:Using VMware Player to run Ubuntu

You need to check the system BIOS like is described in the error message. There should be an option that is labeled like what's in the message or it may be called Virtualization or something similar.

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Hi all

To install W8 developer edition (current version) as a VM with vmware workstation you have to download / upgrade to version 8. Version 7.1X and earlier won't work. Vmware player (current version) gives same problem as vmware workstation 7.1x.

When you install choose W7 as the OS (there isn't a W8 option yet not surprisingly) and select I will install the OS later.

Then select the DVD device in the vm serttings as a virtual ISO (you don't need to burn a physical DVD) and boot from the device.

Then it will install more or less as W7.

Ignore any prompt for a product key if it appears. I wasn't asked for one but some people seem to get a request for a product key when attempting to install W8 as a virtual machine.

You can download a free trial version for 30 days from the vmware site. ( it may be that eventually version 7.1x will work or the next upgrade of W8 will work so unless you want to upgrade to version 8 of vmware workstation I'd start with downloading the trial).

Then it installs OK

I don't have enough privileges yet to upload screenshot but it installs fine.

I've also posted a suggestion on how to remove / disable the metro gui for those that want a more "classical" Windows look - you can see the post in the W7 Forum until I can get approval to post in the relevant section on this Forum on customising W8



A:Install W8 in vmware workstation -- you must use version 8 of vmware

Will workstation 8 install over vmware player or as a separate install?

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Hi folks,

I'm trying to figure out the best way to get up to speed in understanding how to set up Ubuntu thru VMWare on my Windows XP Home Edition laptop. Does anybody have any pointers on where to begin?


A:Network Basics (Ubuntu on VMWare)

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Hi i have vmware workstation installed on my laptop, a Sony Vaio, now I downloaded ubuntu and installed it as a virtual machine but it hangs in the bootup screen where there is the ubuntu logo and progress bar, which hangs at approx 80% each time. I have some other windows virtual machines which run fine, what coule be the problem? thanks

A:VMware wont load ubuntu on my laptop

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This is not the first time this has happened. I had the same issue with vmplayer 6 and an older version of Ubuntu, but I did not care about that VM and just moved on to the latest version. Now the same issue is popping up. Right after Ubuntu starts to book under the VMware player, Win 7 bluescreens. I believe the error code is 0x000000D2 on the bluescreen.

The zip with the dump's etc is attached. Thank you for any ideas you might have.

A:BSOD Booting Ubuntu 14.04-2 under vmware player 7

It is a stop 0xD1 BSOD, which is typically a driver caused issue. Apparently we are seeing two drivers as failing, one is the touchpad driver and the other is the storage controller driver.

Update the touchpad driver from Drivers ? Synaptics.

Get rid of intel rapid storage. First uninstall it from Control Panel > Programs and Features. Then Uninstall the driver from device manager.
Right click on "my computer" icon and click "manage" on the context menu.
It will open the "computer management" window.
Select "Device Manager" in the left pane, It will list all the existing devices up.
Expand "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers" by clicking on the triangle in front of it.
Select one Intel device item under it, right click, uninstall.
Continue the process for all Intel items under "IDE ATA/ATAPI controllers"
Now restart the computer. At restart, windows will auto configure the appropriate native system driver.
But that may not be enough. I am suspecting some HP drive encryption programs are also playing a role there in the issue, though I dont have anything finite to blame it. For now, you do one thing more. Free up the startup. Windows does not need any other program to auto start with it, but the auto start programs often conflicts and causes various problems including BSODs.
Click on the Start button
Type ?msconfig (without quotes), click the resulting link. It will open the System Configuration window.
Select the ?S... Read more

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I am using VMware to run Ubuntu. I am connected to the net via an ethernet cable.

I am using the ZoneAlarm firewall on the Windows side, and for some reason it is blocking net access for VMware. By this, I mean that firefox (in vmware) cannot connect to the internet. However, when I shutdown ZoneAlarm, VMware can access the net just fine.

I have double-checked all the program permissions for VMware and they are all secured for net access. I have also added the internal IP's of VMware to the trusted zone. Why is it doing this?

A:ZoneAlarm Blocking Net Access for VMWare and Ubuntu

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Good news about VMs again.

The latest VMware Workstation 9 brings a new UI and it's designed for Windows 8.

Read about it here:
VMware Announces VMware Workstation? 9

Also VMware Player 5 is available for download.

Looks like I posted this a bit fast, usually Jimbo beats me at VMware stuff. Sorry for this one.

A:VMware Workstation 9 - VMware Player 5

D'oh. I have 2 licensed copies of VMWare Workstation at my office. One for me and 1 for a coworker. It's $119 to upgrade, or a free upgrade if you purchased after Aug 1st, 2012. I purchased on July 30, 2012. Sucks to be me

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i cant install vmware tools, it starts to load the cd and says it cant find it. if i load an image, it doesnt work either.
its driving my nuts, can anyone help?

A:VMware installing VMware Tools

well i figured out vmware,.....need to stop and think about it, i was trying to do the second step without doing the first...lol

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Hi, here is the deal. I just installed Windows 7, but I wish to use use Windows XP as a victual machine. My monitor is a wide screen LCD with native 1920x1200. I installed WinXP and VMWare tools. Now, the problem is that inside the guest OS, I cannot choose a resolution of 1920x1200. I could choose 1600x1200, but when I put it as full screen, the display would be stretched which is not acceptable to me.

Usually, I have good control over preserving the ratio with ATI Catalyst Control Center, but for some reason, with Win7, the option to preserve aspect ratio is not there.

Anyway, is there a way to make the guest OS have 1920x1200? Any other alternate solutions?

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Hi All,

I need some urgent help if possible.

I've got a vmware server at work and I took a snapshot a few months back. Since then I've done a lot of work without taking another.

By mistake I clicked on revert to snapshot and I've totally lost the current state. I tried clicking it again but it takes me to an even older one.

Is there any way of getting the recent state back up??

Any help greatly appreciated.


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Hello All,

I am making my HTPC duo as a Virtual Home Lab to help me attain certifications (MSCE etc,.)

Pentium D 3.4ghz dual core
3Gb of Ram

I installed VMware server.

How hard would it be to install 3 server 2008 OS's? any advice? I'll be setting up a domain with maybe a Primary DC (512mb ram), Secondary DC/GC whatever(512mb ram).. plus maybe an exchange server 2010(1gb ram) leaving 1gb for OS.

If anyone has done this I could use pointers/tips

A:VMware Server

I haven't personally tried such a configuration, but your system requirements just don't seem up to the task of running 3 Windows Server 2008 systems simultaneously including one with Exchange. VMs require a significant amount of resources. RAM is just one. Processing power is another. You can give it a shot, but I have a feeling your computer will choke.

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I was thinking about putting vmserver on one of my computers. I never used this SW before and I was wondering if anyone here has? If so, how do you like it? Is it hard to use? How much HDD space I need and does it make a difference how much RAM is in the computer? If so, how much do I need, please?

i appreciate any help given.

A:vmware server

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I want a download like for vmware esxi server 2.5 version which support 32bit operating system

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I have installed VMWare server (the next to the latest version - don't know the number) and Ubuntu 7.04 in it, and finally got them working properly, with Ubuntu taking up the whole screen and VM's toolbar hidden at the top until I bring it down with my cursor (briefly have 2 cursors, of course), BUT whenever I use this setup and then close the server (and Ubuntu, of course), then try to shutdown Windows XP and exit, Windows gets to the "shutting down" screen and freezes. I then have to unplug the computer, plug it back in , restart Windows and then exit, a process I am sure is not good for the computer, and is at annoying at best. I have 218 gigs free space on my hard drive. My memory is 1022MB - could this be the problem. I have heard that vm's are memory hogs, but why would it be causing problems after I've shut it down?. I have looked at VMWare's forums, but I didn't understand all that geekspeak. There was one thread there from 2005 that mentioned a similar problem, but got no answers. If anyone has any suggestions, I'd appreciate it, as I'd hate to have to uninstall the thing.

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I am using VMWare Server 2 on my Windows 7 Workstation.

Guest OS is FreeBSD, but it is not important.

I could not connect to any host (except master IP) from Guest OS when I am using NAT. But I can ping any host. I have not problems when I use bridget network.

I have tried to disable Windows Firewall - no changes.

This configuration has worked in Windows Vista ideal. I have submited feedback to MS.

May be anybody have any idea?

A:VMWare Server NAT problem

Seems like the same trouble I?ve been having.

I run Ubuntu and Fedora with VMware Workstation, and I can ping all I want, but thats it. Only way I can get it to work is running bridged.

I prefer bridge tho, so it dosen?t matter to me. But youre not the only one with problems running NAT networking on VM guest.

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I just installed VMware server 2.0.2 on Windows XP. It went fine as far as I know but what do I do now. I clicked on "VMware server home page" and it goes to this url "https://myhost:8333/ui/" How do I get that webpage that is supposed to show up to actually show up? I've been looking on threads on google for a while. I don't see a way to solve this..

A:vmware server 2 won't connect

What are you planning on doing here? I think you're getting distracted with the "home page" question.

What you need to do is create a "virtual drive" then install an operating system into it, thus creating a VM or "virtual machine".

Here's a tutorial:


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For those of you who use this software can you please tell me the latest version please?


A:Solved: VMWARE server

From the solved tag, I presume you already have the answer?

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Error: I cannot Open the GUI after logging into root.

I'm learning about VoIP server by myself at the moment. I followed the instruction of the freePBX tutorial
Following the video, my only adjustment is the IPv4 address:
_My PC: IP:, Gateway:
_FreePBX: IP:, Gateway:, Name server:
After I reach 8:30 of the video
I opened Google Chrome and enter the freePBX address IPv4 but I says "this sites can't be reached". I cannot ping the VM IP address from my computer, either. After I restart the FreePBX Virtual machine, I also encounter this error too but I can skip it by pressing Ctrl Alt F1: Installing FreePBX as a Virtual machine
If you need any more info, feel free to ask and thanks for helping me, really appreciate it. I am really in a hurry so anything will do at the moment.

PS: I also try Elastix 2.5 and encounter the same problem. I think the problem is in configuring the VM networking

My System info:
Tech Support Guy System Info Utility version
OS Version: Microsoft Windows 8.1 Pro, 64 bit
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i3-2120 CPU @ 3.30GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 42 Stepping 7
Processor Count: 4
RAM: 8175 Mb
Graphics Card: NVIDIA GeForce GT 610, 1024 Mb
Hard Drives: C: Total - 299899 MB, Free - 113068 MB; D: Total - 653866 MB, Free - 34535 MB; H: Total - 953865 MB, Free - 29278 MB;
Motherboard: Gigabyte Technology Co., Ltd., Z68M-D2H
Antivirus: Windows Defender, Disabled
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A:installing PBX server on VMware

Did you set up the network in VMware to allow the VM to talk out on the physical network? What VMware are you running? ESXi? Workstation? Did you try doing a ping test to something on the network from the VM through the console/CLI?

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I have windows server 2012 installed on my vmware running ad, dhcp and dns.
after that I installed the client running windows 8.1.
but when I try to join the domain it says that the domain could not be found.
so I hit ipconfig in my cmd on the windows 8 and it didnt recieve any ip from my dhcp its ip address is169.254.153.23. so basicly my dhcp didnt give me any ip adress since my server is on network subnetmask
in the virtual machine setting I have both network adpters set on bridged: connected directly to the physical network.
when I open the dhcp on my server I have a red arrow pointing down on the ipv4 and ipv6 option but since I cannot ping my server at all I dont think its my dhcp but my vmware network.
does somebody know how to fix this?

sorry for my bad english

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I'm running Vista Ultimate x64.

I tried to install VMWare Server when I came across a very big problem.

It has 4 drivers that weren't installed b/c Vista x64 requires that they be signed.

Is there a way around this, or am I just not allowed to have VMWare Server?

If it's not possible, I'm open to other alternatives. Assuming it's free like VMWare Server. :P


A:VMWare server & Vista x64???

The Drivers are:

VMware kernel driver

VMware USB monitor

VMware network API driver

VMware bridge driver
Obviously these are pretty important, so I need to find a way to get them in there, without having to do the F8 option on every boot. These drivers are 64-bit, so did the publisher just not sign them?

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I downloaded Virtual PC 2007 from Microsoft and am using XP Pro SP1 as the guest. I need to use usb and access the internet within this Virtual PC but cannot - I read online where I had to download a program from VMware called VMware converter to somehow add the existing Virtual PC file and enable it to have usb support and sound, even though they are disabled by default i can change them once VPC converter is installed. And how can i get access to the internet within the Virtual PC if running XP Pro and the notebook itself has a wireless card built in?

Thanks for any help I can get - I would like to get this thing up and running before this Tuesday.

A:Virtual PC & VMware converter server

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An important VMware security update is now available:VMware ESX Server Multiple Vulnerabilities http://secunia.com/advisories/22875/Some vulnerabilities, security issues, and a weakness have been reported in VMware ESX Server, which can be exploited by malicious, local users to bypass certain security restrictions and disclose potentially sensitive information, or by malicious people to cause a DoS (Denial of Service) and potentially compromise a vulnerable system.Original Advisory:http://www.vmware.com/download/esx/esx-253-200610-patch.htmlhttp://www.vmware.com/download/esx/esx-254-200610-patch.htmlhttp://www.vmware.com/download/esx/esx-213-200610-patch.htmlhttp://www.vmware.com/download/esx/esx-202-200610-patch.htmlVMware ESX Server x87 Register Information Leak http://secunia.com/advisories/22876/A security issue has been reported in VMware ESX Server, which can be exploited by malicious, local users to disclose potentially sensitive information.Original Advisory:http://kb.vmware.com/kb/2533126

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Hi all,

My first post - please pardon any snafus of etiquette

Could somebody provide a list of all the drivers that would need signing?

Would the following method work:
1. Use F8 to stop requiring signed drivers
2. Install VMWare server on Vista 64
3. Use method from ATI Radeon HD 4870 4850 3850 3870 2900 2600 NVIDIA GeForce 280 260 9800 9600 8800 8600 - NGOHQ.com to sign necessary drivers
4. Reboot without F8 - presumably the signed drivers should now function ??

If this seems reasonable - is there a complete list of drivers that I ought to go sign in 3) above?

What's the gotcha?



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I recently migrated my MDT/WDS server from a physical machine to a VMware virtual machine. Prior to migrating it, my PXE TFTP transfers took less than 20 seconds and they are currently taking a few minutes. Nothing in my environment changed other than
migrating to the virtual. Additionally, after migrating to VM my boot.wim loads and boots but does not run the start of my task sequence. This happens intermittently, sometimes a reboot or two fixes the issue and the task sequence runs without any issues.
I have attempted to change my max TFTP block sizes to 16784 but this had no effect. I am only running these deployments in unicast with a max of three or four machines pulling images. Today, for instance I have two machines on my bench. One imaged fine,
the other wont contact the Deployment server. It does not even register with the MDT monitoring server. Not sure what else can be done. I have not done any packet caps but given that nothing in my network changed I am not sure that would yield any results. 

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I have hp laptop running vista home premium. I am unable to install windows 2003 server as a guest OS through Vmware. can anybody tell me how to do it?

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I have a Win 2003 server, standard edition, 32 bit. This server has 2 x dual core xeons and 12GB of ram. Currently I run several VMs off this machine via VM Server. I have been thinking about migrating to Windows 2008 64 bit and using HyperV instead of VM Server.

First going from 32 bit to 64 bit on the host OS, would that give me any performance boost? Second, how do the two virtual products compare? I have been hearing great things about HyperV.

I am not concerned about cost since I am in Education and get very good pricing on MS products.

Should I just keep things like they are? Reinstall with Win 2008 64 bit on host OS? If so then should I use VM Server or Hyper V?

A:Stick with VMware server or move to Hyper V

With 12GB of RAM, I think you'll see a significant performance boost using a 64bit system since you then avoid PAE.

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I was looking to use full gateways to receive port mirroring from server core domain controllers
- gateway and domain controllers need to be on same host - which bad for redundancy
- lightweight gateway not supported on server core
Any ideas other than a full gateway server for each domain controller?

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Hi there.

I LIKE the idea of a bare metal Hypervisor - I've tried Esxi (VMware) in the past and although it works it's a bit fiddly on what hardware it works on and there's no CLI for managing VM's --you have to do this with a separate machine using vCenter which USED TO BE FREE -- and now this part is NOT available in the free offering any more (if you upgrade to the latest version of ESXI (5.5) you won't be able to manage / modify VM's any more - at least in the FREE offering -- you have to BUY the latest vCenter -- so I've now junked Esxi.

It seems from Internet discussions that Free ESXI might be being phased out anyway so a good time to jump ship to Ms.

Read this :


Does 2012 HYPER-V SERVER R2 (it's FREE BTW) work decently as a hypervisor -- I'm only really interested in running Windows VM's.

I actually quite like W2012 SERVER but I don't really need the full server edition for hosting VM's. I want to use W2012 server as a VM anyway.

I've been quite a happy user of VMware workstation in the past but it's quite expensive and needs a full blown OS to run on even though it can now run VM's in the background.

I need to run the following Guest OS's (or VM's) on it ===> W2003 server, 2 XP PRO VM's (one ENG, on ISL), one W7 Enterprise, one W8.1 Enterprise and one W2012 server .

The Host machine has plenty of RAM and storage and has a decent 3.2 GHZ QUAD processor in it so running these VM's should be fine in theory... Read more

A:HYPER-V SERVER R2 (Esxi 5.5 needs PAID vCENTER - vmware)

Vcenter server was Never free Jimbo.

You can still use the existing client to manage vms on the free esxi 5.5, but you need to be sure that you do NOT upgrade the vm hardware on these VMs to version 10. Even newly created vms will start as version 8, it's a manual process to upgrade them and it comes with a warning that the web client will be required.

I'm actually pretty surprised this is being handled this way, but it's not likely a big issue unless you ignore the warnings.

HyperV was never a product I liked. Prior to Windows 8, remotely managing vms was a total nightmare with a bunch of dcom stuff you had to manually set up. It's still a crapshoot whether a Linux vm is going to work. I steer clear of this supervisor.

Citrix Zen server is a free product. Pretty good too.

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I have installed VMWare server (the next to the latest version - don't know the number) and Ubuntu 7.04 in it, and finally got them working properly, with Ubuntu taking up the whole screen and VM's toolbar hidden at the top until I bring it down with my cursor (briefly have 2 cursors, of course), BUT whenever I use this setup and then close VM Ware (and Ubuntu, of course), then try to shutdown Windows XP and exit, Windows gets to the "shutting down" screen and freezes. I then have to unplug the computer, plug it back in , restart Windows and then exit, a process I am sure is not good for the computer, and is at annoying at best. I have 218 gigs free space on my hard drive. My memory is 1022MB. If anyone has any suggestions, I'd appreciate it, as I'd hate to have to uninstall the thing since I've apparently got it to working.

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Hi guys

Can you please have a look into the attachments and see if you can see any issues to resolve this major problem

If I log into DRSM I don't get the issue so you think there is a problem with AD however, I have checked the integrity and all looks ok
I have also moved the logs and the database

I disable all services other then M$ and it will boot again, restart the machine several times and still can't get it BSOD

Any help would be much appreciated

A:BSOD on bootup on vmware 5.0 guest SBS Server 2011




PROCESS_NAME: SavService.exe


EXCEPTION_RECORD: fffff8800c29d648 -- (.exr 0xfffff8800c29d648)
ExceptionAddress: fffff88004d6403a (mrxsmb10!MRxSmbDeferredCreate+0x000000000000018a)
ExceptionCode: c0000005 (Access violation)
ExceptionFlags: 00000000
NumberParameters: 2
Parameter[0]: 0000000000000000
Parameter[1]: 0000000000000058
Attempt to read from address 0000000000000058

TRAP_FRAME: fffff8800c29d6f0 -- (.trap 0xfffff8800c29d6f0)
Unable to read trap frame at fffff880`0c29d6f0

LAST_CONTROL_TRANSFER: from fffff80002a94bbe to fffff80002a9d190

fffff880`0c29c728 fffff800`02a94bbe : 00000000`00000000 fffff880`04d48e50 00000000`00000000 fffff800`02af36cb : nt!KeBugCheck
fffff880`0c29c730 fffff800`02ac7e2d : fffff800`02ca18ec fffff800`02be3f88 fffff800`02a1e000 fffff880`0c29d648 : nt!KiKernelCalloutExceptionHandler+0xe
fffff880`0c29c760 fffff800`02ac6c05 : fffff800`02be3f80 fffff880`0c29c7d8 fffff880`0c29d648 fffff800`02a1e000 : nt!RtlpExecuteHandlerForException+0xd
fffff880`0c29c790 fffff800`02ad7b81 : fffff880`0c29d648 fffff880`0c29cea0 fffff880`00000000 00000000`00000000 : nt!RtlDispatchException+0x415
fffff880`0c29ce70 fffff800`02a9c842 : fffff880`0c29d648 fffff8a0`030447a0 fffff880`0c29d6f0 fffff8a0`168a12d0 : nt!KiDispatchException+0x135
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Masters,  First of all the environment:  - RDP conecttion to Windows server 2008R2 Terminal servers runnin' on Vmware. We bougth  four HP T520 because we would like to replace all other (no-brand, wyse, fuji..etc..) thin clients... Unfortunatelly we can't figure out how to redirect/mount (i don't know which one is the correct) the plugged USB (forexample Nikon Coolpix camera and standart USB pen-drives.)  One time i successfully redirected USB drive, but i don't know what i did. But i never succed to redirect the Nikon Coolpix.  In the client usb menu i see the client recognise the device but can't redirect to server. I really apperitiate the help. Regards

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Hi all
After a bit of googling found the fix

This guy solved it -- works fine Now I can uset W8 x-64 on a Desktop with 16GB (I must have VMware working)
Fix vmx86.sys error with Vmware workstation 7 and 8 | JB: Tech & Security


A:Fix for vmware 8.0 / vmware player 4.0 on w8 x-64

16GB of RAM or a 16GB vmware partition?

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Today I have download Microsoft server 2012 from Microsoft website.
There the link- Download Windows Server 2012

When I install on my Vmware Player it is showing me "Windows cannot find the Microsoft software License Terms.Make sure the installation sources are valid and restart the installation."

I have tried many times but I am getting same error.

Please anyone can help me to solve this problem.

A:Unable To Install Windows Server 2012 On Vmware Player

Hi, I replied to your duplicate thread. Delete one or the other.
Unable To Install Windows Server 2012 On Vmware Player

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I have a PC with XP Pro but I want to install Vista as well so I can get the hang of it a little more. I have read some about VirtualPC and am thinking about installing that. Can anyone tell me what program would be best to use? Also, how exactly do you go about installing multiple operating systems on one machine? Is there a pretty easy guide for these programs? Any recommendations on specs? I have a AMD 64 X2 3800+ with 1 GB Ram but upgrading to 3 GB this week. I have onboard video that has I believe 256 of shared memory. Thanks for the help guys.

A:Testing Microsoft Vista (VirtualPC, VMWare, Virtual Server?)

Hey !

I did the tests at work cause they need to test before install vista on some workstations, I used Microsoft Virtual PC wich you can dld free and it's free ! Very easy to do...


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Basically what the title says. Here is the layout:

1. Comcast modem -> home router/default gateway (linksys e2000) - -> unmanaged netgear hub
1a. from unmanaged hub, everything has a 192.168.1.x address with a subnet mask of (PCs/laptops/wifi, etc)
2. From unmanaged hub, to the cisco 2950 switch
2a. setup vlan1 to be a 192.168.0.x network (default gateway with a subnet mask of
2b. Cisco switch has a Dell Poweredge 2950 II & a Rackable systems JBOD system, was going to set the IP of VMware ESXi as, the web server as & the JBOD as

So far I have gotten to logging into the Cisco switch and setting the vlan1 as IP address/subnet mask as shown above. But when I set the static IP in the ESXi/web server, they are not getting connectivity. This may have something to do with routing from the home router because when I try and do static routes, it won't let me do it from a 192.168.0.x network. Not sure where to start, starting from a novice to intermediate perspective, but had some spare parts and wanted to start this project. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks in advance, and let me know if you need more information.


A:Segregating vmware web server from home network using cisco 2950 switch

Welcome to TSG.
Your Default Gateway, (linksys e2000) is not seen by your network. As you stated you need a router to route between the networks.

The easy way is to stick with the network, all of your 2950 switch ports are in VLAN 1 by default , so it should plug and play. The devices you want static can be set to the top of the current range, and so forth, the DHCP on your router will issue,

The hard way http://www.dd-wrt.com/site/index

This should be done carefully, as you can turn a perfectly good router into a paper weight.

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Thanks for any help!

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Does the D-Link have an Ethernet port (instead of a USB connection), if so, then all you need is an CAT5 ethernet cable and connect it to your network port on your PC. No drivers are required then!

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Hi all,
Good morning everyboday. I would like to ask one question to clarify? So, anyone please suggest to me. 
In my network, I used dell rack server with Vmware ESXi Hypervisor. Then, I have create Windows Server VMs on that Hypervisor. In these day, we are hear many information about "Meltdown and Spectre Vulnerability".
I have read to protect such vulnerability. But, I am a little confuse it. Do I need to make security update on both Vmware Hypervisor and Windows Servers? If I make security update only Vmware Hypervisor, is it not enough? 
Anyone please suggest to me for such condition. Thanks you.

Best regard,
Phyo Sithu

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