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How to access to virtual machine

Terminal - How to access to virtual machine
VBoxManage modifyvm "vm-name" --vrdp on --vrdpport 3389 --vrdpauthtype external
2012-02-03 18:36:04
User: 0disse0
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How to access to virtual machine

--vrdp on enables VirtualBox RDP server for the VM

--vrdpport 3389 ndicates the TCP port that the server will accept RDP connections direct to the VM (for each VM is assigned a different port)

--vrdpauthtype external RDP console gives access to the VM Host physical users via authentication

In fact, in the 3.1.x version of VirtualBox, the external value for the parameter --vrdpauthtype allows access via RDP only to the user who started the VM.

The workaround is to add the user that runs the VM to shadow group, using the command

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