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Fri Jul 09, 2010 12:21 am

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Howdy Peoples :-D

So can i paint a picture?? I want to have labs of Imacs that are bound to OD and AD. Allowing any/all authenticated users to login. I then want to be able to have one VM that every user has rights to start.....this VM is a AD bound WinXP SP3. The users would then need to ctl-alt-del and log in into windows on a domain.

I have tried putting the folder in the following location /Macintosh HD/Virtual Machines and given "Everyone" read and write access to the VMDK.

When logged onto the Mac as a user (non-admin) I consistently get permissions errors and i cannot start the VM.

Is there anyone out there who can provide a tip?? I have a feeling it must be something small i am missing. The VM was copied from its location on the MAC server.

If i have forgotten some important piece of info, please do not hesitate to post me with the query.

Thanks everyone

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