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Hi all, I'm trying to do the VRDP service, and it doesn't work. My host OS is Windows XP professional, and VM is Windows XP, too. I've set the port 9999 and it doesn't seem to be opened. So, I cannot connect with the port number. I don't think the port number is wrong. I might did something wrong...
Ok here is my question. I have a windows host and another windows VM (XP). In the VM I want to access the serial port, com1, but it asks me to give the port path, I get lost there.
I am new to VirtualBox and would like to know how I could configure the Guest to print using the Host printer. Both the Host and Guest is Win XP and the printer installed on host/guest is assigned to LPT1 (printer not networked).Will print test page from Host but not from Guest. Thanks for any...