How to get VMWare server to access USB stick?
nva0721 at gmail.com
Sun Mar 2 13:14:24 UTC 2008
On Sun, Mar 2, 2008 at 5:07 AM, David Vincent <dvincent at sleepdeprived.ca>
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> stan wrote:
> > I have VMWARE server installed, using the install from the "partner"
> > repository. Works great.
> > I have installed XP as a virtual machine. The VM can see the real CDRom
> > drive, but cannot seem to see the USB stick, even though Ubuntu can see
> > Is there a config file I need to tweak to accomplish this?
> 1. shut down your XP guest OS
> 2. close the VMWare Server Console
> 3. Attach your USB device (if it is a drive, do not mount it)
> 4. Open VMWare Server Console
> 5. Start your XP VM
> 6. Once XP is started you should be able to "attach" the USB device to
> XP through the Removable Devices menu.
> Page 232 of the VMWare Server Virtual Machine Guide is what you want to
> Also the VMWare Knowledge Base is a good place to look for VMWare Server
> - -d
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