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Monday, April 19, 2010 4:27 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Has anyone figured this out? I setup one user XP Mode how it needs to be. I would like to create a second Virtual PC the same as the first. I welcome comments and corrections. weblink
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Last edited by aceplace57; 10-06-2010 at 11:30 PM.. The two latter files are created automatically; to make a copy of a Virtual Machine we only need .vhd and .vmc files. Don't forget to mirror your access Groups (especially Administrator) when you create the master VHD. At this point you can either sysprep the machine and distribute it to multiple systems or you can repeat this procedure on your individual machines.
You can then copy the shortcuts for any Windows XP Mode applications to the Start Menu so that they can be accessed directly. At some point we will move to their Windows version but there is no upgarde path so it is like switching products and that is a huge task. None of these older XP programs run correctly under Win 7. Default name of the file you're looking for is Windows XP Mode.vhd Log out of the Win 7 machine and have another user log in...I'm still assuming this is an Enterprise
Unless you're in the XP console. I hope people find it helpful. That is how we will deal with it, it is cleaner than all the tricks we all have to use and since Microsoft didn't have a simple answer and they say Every user can log on to the same VM as administrator but could not see other users data.
the0real0realitykid 1,158 views 5:31 Understanding Windows 7 XP mode Part 1 - Duration: 28:22. I'll be doing it shortly and I'll let everyone know the outcome.Thanks RJP! The last week I've worked my butt off installing non-compatible software under Win 7's virtual XP mode. A couple of big advantages here (obvious to some, perhaps not to all readers) is you can have a copy of the vhd elsewhere as a master of the image (assuming
Create a new virtual pc and select "Use an existing virtual hard disk" and browse to the folder C:\Public-VM\Windows XP Mode.vhd and enable undo disk and hit "Create". http://themenage.com/windows-xp/windows-xp-mode-on-windows7-suspends-with-no-mouse-movement.html Or do you want everything shared where a user sees all of the work done by the previous user? Any help is GREATLY appreciated. Loading...
Plus, it's documentation for my own pc work and consulting. IS there a way to setup the XP Mode one time and the DOS app in XP Mode and have all users who log into that computer be able to use I got this information direct from Microsoft. check over here Changed the BOLD one with your value. 0 prev 1 2 3 next This discussion has been inactive for over a year.
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Monday, August 11, 2014 1:48 PM Reply | Quote Microsoft is conducting an online survey to understand your opinion of the Technet Web site. It should be the same as you created in first account. might be something to setup so other people can find it a bit easier). Goto C:\Users\Your_Username\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows Virtual PC\Virtual Machines again Double click Windows XP Mode - Copy.vmc file so that the Windows XP Mode - Copy.vmcx is automatically generated in the C:\Users\Your_Username\Virtual Machines folder with
Covered by US Patent. Looks to be a little simpler than what Ivo posted and it worked just fine for me. Because that setting overrules what is specified in the VM configuration file. this content So it may not be neccissary for you to setup XP mode on all the computers. 0 Tabasco OP Chris65555 Jan 19, 2012 at 3:29 UTC At my
What is this colored fiber in my chicken? Again, you can select a location for the .VHD file, if desired. Thursday, December 02, 2010 3:16 PM Reply | Quote 0 Sign in to vote Maybee there is a registry key that you can add that makes the machine default to the It's a brand new virtual drive.
Is it possible to set up one virtual machine (say for all users (ie Public)) that all standards users can share use of ? Don't forget to set a password for the VPMUser account (it's already setup as an administrator) and use that account for installing applications and running things in general. Do parking brakes lock the wheels and airframe together? Thought it worked but I still had to create a new VM/map to original vhd file for each user that logged into the machine.
I suggest you disjoin the Domain and give the machine name a generic name that will be changed once it's on the next machine. Which day of the week again? About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up with It didn't ask for a password when running XPMode for the first time.
Running XP Mode automatically installed XP on a Virtual PC. SO they have us ! That tech net article I linked to earlier in this thread? ronjonp Needs a day job Posts: 6135 Re: XP Mode (Virtual) sharing program across multiple users « Reply #1 on: July 25, 2011, 01:25:39 pm » Have you tried this?http://www.sevenforums.com/virtualization/27305-setting-up-windows-xp-mode-all-users.html#post792794 Logged
Virtual XP Mode was Microsofts answer to the Corporate World that was worried about their old in-house applications.