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  1. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Centos, Ubuntu, OpenSuse
       #10

    Hi there

    Bit more info on XP VM's :

    For NAS connections and XP VM's you need to do the following

    1) In your smb.config file add :

    [global]
    lanman auth=yes
    ntlm auth=yes
    maxprotocol = NT1 (note SAMBA V4 and greater --needs to be set to NT1 !!!!!)

    2) on the XP system you might need to allow XP NTLM SSP via XP registry -- only do that if the SAMBA configuration doesn't help

    3) On W10 machines to access XP (and the other way around too) set in the turn windows features on / off SMB1 on and uncheck the utomatic disable of SMB1. XP only supports SMB1.

    Hyper-V - Add Windows XP Mode Virtual Machine in Windows 10-samba.png

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  2. SoFine409's Avatar
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    Win10 & Win7
       #11

    kado897 said: View Post
    Drag & drop into VBox is a bit hit and miss. It will usually work dragging onto the VM desktop.
    Thanks. Drag and drop was going to be one of the things I tried today. Sure wish HyperV had it.
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  3. SoFine409's Avatar
    Posts : 836
    Win10 & Win7
       #12

    jimbo45 said: View Post
    Hi there

    Bit more info on XP VM's :

    For NAS connections and XP VM's you need to do the following

    1) In your smb.config file add :

    [global]
    lanman auth=yes
    ntlm auth=yes
    maxprotocol = NT1 (note SAMBA V4 and greater --needs to be set to NT1 !!!!!)

    2) on the XP system you might need to allow XP NTLM SSP via XP registry -- only do that if the SAMBA configuration doesn't help

    3) On W10 machines to access XP (and the other way around too) set in the turn windows features on / off SMB1 on and uncheck the utomatic disable of SMB1. XP only supports SMB1.

    Hyper-V - Add Windows XP Mode Virtual Machine in Windows 10-samba.png

    Cheers
    jimbo
    hi jimbo, where are the sub.config file(s) located?
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  4. jimbo45's Avatar
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    Windows / Linux : Centos, Ubuntu, OpenSuse
       #13

    SoFine409 said: View Post
    hi jimbo, where are the sub.config file(s) located?
    Hi there
    @SoFine409

    on a Linux type NAS it's usually in /etc/samba

    you need to be root or sudo to edit / change -- on a KDE type system you can use the file manager in super user mode -- as a NORMAL user type kdesu dolphin -- and then enter root's password and OK --for other desktops use the file manager in super user mode.

    Hyper-V - Add Windows XP Mode Virtual Machine in Windows 10-samba.png

    Cheers
    jimbo
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  5. thomcats's Avatar
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    Windows 10
       #14

    SoFine409 said: View Post
    I just started using it a few days ago. I migrated all of my VMs over to it. Itís a lot like HyperV but the extensions that can be loaded into each VM really are nice. Mouse works seamlessly, screen resolutions have more choices. Then network adapter choices are so much better. You can also share folders either permanently or just for the session. Iím still learning but I think the extension also support drag and drop file transfer. Be sure you get V6, that the latest. That said I really like the Macrium iVBoot and that only works with HyperV. Iíve got HyperV on one PC and VBox on another. VBox has a command line conversion utility to help you import VHDX disks. Very handy.
    Enjoy.
    Very useful information I will see if it fits my present computer! Thanks again!!
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  6. Kari's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro
    Thread Starter
       #15

    Wrote another tutorial for those who want to import their existing Windows XP Mode virtual machine with settings, user data and activation intact to Windows 10: Import Windows XP Mode from Windows 7 to Windows 10

    Kari
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