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how to configure guest OS installed on virtual box to be a domain client

Posted on 2011-03-09
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Dear Experts;

I have installed ubuntu and also installed virtual box for the virtualization and installed the windows 7 professional as a guest now i require two things to be done:
1. How to make this windows7 professional or windows 2003 server as domain client as this is installed in virtual box of ubuntu( host -->ubuntu--->virtual box--->windows7 pro or win2003) in my scenario i want to run a Tally server on the windows 2003 for the accounts dept to use.
2. How to access virtual box guest windows 7professional or win2003 which is installed in virtual box as a full screen mode.

Please help, thanks in advance.
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You need to host + G - it auto resizes the display so you can get fullscreen
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