"One of the really cool aspects of VirtualBox is that it can
also work as a virtual machine server. With that you can run an
instance of a virtual machine from a remote location. Of course you
have to have the piece of software to connect to VirtualBox. On
Linux one very handy tool for that is rdesktop. In this article I
am going to show you how to connect to a VirtualBox machine using
"Before you even try to connect to a virtual machine (with any
software) you first have to set up your virtual machine so that it
will allow connections to be made. VirtualBox uses the VRDP
protocol for remote connections. What you need to do is go into the
settings of the virtual machine and enable this. NOTE: You have to
do this on a VM by VM basis. Just because you enable VRDP on one
virtual machine does not mean it will be enabled on all VMs."
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