Discussion: How to run VirtualBox VMs as headless servers

SearchVirtualDesktop Serdar Yegulalp Profile: SearchVirtualDesktop
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Launching a GUI can create overhead and unnecessary clutter, so if you don't need to interact with the interface, you can run VirtualBox VMs in headless mode.

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  • Meaghen ICE
    Great article regarding VMs and how desktop virtualization is redefining headless servers. As a virtualization service provider, Mosaic Technology is always interested in these industry changes. Great insight, Serdar.

    Meaghen
    Mosaic Technology
    http://www.mosaictec.com
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  • Kalkie
    There is nowhere to find something of how to secure your guest login.
    Especially if you want to use the sucurity of the guest. For example the login from W7 as the guest OS.
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