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Subject: Re: WINDOWS 2008 62 bit Server with Win XP Date: Thu Jan 31 2019 07:12 pm
From: GREG YOUNGBLOOD To: All

Date: Sun, 04 Nov 2012 08:11:01 -0400
From: GREG YOUNGBLOOD
To: MICHAEL PURDY
Subject: Re: WINDOWS 2008 62 bit Server with Win XP
Newsgroups: win.server.program
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Hello Mike

While I was waiting for a reply I downloaded and am right now trying 
(V BOX HEADLESS TRAY) neet little program.

I'll try PX on WinXP then!

I do notice the 16 bit doors being a little laggy but maybe that will 
change some after I move this setup over to server with more power.

I have tweaked everything I can think of in XP that I can think of.

Thanks for all the help so far, laughing I may have more though.

Greg



On 11/3/2012 7:45 PM, MICHAEL PURDY wrote to GREG YOUNGBLOOD:

-> Greg

-> While your testing to see how things run I would keep it very simple!:

-> 1. Make sure you can remote desktop from Windows 2008 to the Windows 
XP VM
-> 2. Close down the XP VM
-> 3. Create a basic batch file like

-> -- START XPVM.bat EXAMPLE:

->   cd "c:\program files\oracle\virtualbox"
->   vboxmanage startvm "Windows XP" --type headless

-> -----

-> Remember the VM Name is case sensitive so whatever you named it must be
-> what follows STARTVM

-> Run the batch file at the Command Prompt and you should see a 
successfully
-> started message.

-> If after a period of testing it all seems to run ok then you can 
experiment
-> with more advanced HEADless approaches.

-> I would try running PX in Windows XP so that if you would move to 
Windows8+
-> you want need to solve new problems with each new Host OS.

-> Mike
 
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