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Typically when you mount an NTFS volume in OS X (or Linux for that matter) the permissions are determined at the time the volume is mounted. You'll probably find that all files within your volume are set with identical "-rw-rw-rw-" permissions and all folders are set with identical "drwxrwxrwx" permissions. Some software for mounting NTFS volumes will allow ...


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All three of your VMs are stored on your NAS, correct? I am not surprised that they are all slow. You are streaming tons of data over a network and expecting it to work as if it were being used locally. Virtual machines perform a lot of disk IO. Using network storage for VHD files and other resources that are used by your VMs is not really a great idea if ...


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It just worked :) Upgraded to 9.0...It automatically just worked. I needed to do nothing really.


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Try to launch devenv through runas.exe, there you can specify the user who you want. So you should make a shortcut with the following command: runas.exe /user:admin "c:\PATHTODEVENV\devenv.exe As I know it will ask your password, but then you can try the /savecred switch. More info: ...


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The solution of this problem is here... Just forget about all the old advises and read this. I've MacBook Pro Retina 15" The problem's started when I've setup Parallel Desktop 9 and installed WIN 8.1, after that I've installed the Parallels Tools .. Than .. on WIN ... the screen resolution is SO high because of the Retina setting on MAC .. and microscopic ...


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I use VMWare Fusion Professional for software testing. Virtual machines make regression testing and replay of problems wonderfully easy. I run a copy of VMWare Fusion on my older Mac Pro and it performs well. The professional edition allows for linked virtual machines – linked machines can share common content to save on disk space. Machines can quickly ...


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It is possible to run mutliple Virtual Machines on a Mac - i7 Macs with geq 16GB of RAM should be okey. If your Application does not need to much resources. I think there are better Solutions - for Example a Beta Version ... I don't know what Application you would like to test, and how large the usernumber is. Also interesting is: you can run on a VMware a ...



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