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Windows 7: XP Mode Integration Features not enabled.


04 May 2010   #11

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That's good to hear!

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04 May 2010   #12

Win 7 64
 
 

Unfortunately, after all this, I restarted both VMs, and cannot log on to either. Won't take the user-id and password under which they were created.

I shutdown the VMs, disabled Integration Features at startup and was able to login as XPMUser.

So now I am looking for the thread on how to re-enable Integ Feat.s
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04 May 2010   #13

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Did you ever manage to log in to XP Mode? or did this happen the first time you booted it?
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04 May 2010   #14

Win 7 64
 
 

I started up both XPModes at the same time, and did not need to login. I shut both down, and left them overnight. This AM when I started both, I was asked to login with my Windows 7 credentials, and that of course did not work. I shut them down after several tries (they went into hibernation for some reason.) I logged off windows 7 and restarted.

I turned off Integration Features and when I started both, the credentials to login were set to XPMUser, which let me login.

Now I've logged onto each with XPMUser and enabled Int Features. Updated and logged off. Both were visible on the Windows network while running.

This is enough for right now. I am going to backup everything before proceeding any further.

Thanks again.

Thanks
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04 May 2010   #15

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Top left of the XP Mode window you have Action, USB, and Tools menus. Integration features ON / OFF is first item in Tools menu. Notice that Tools menu is not visible in full screen mode.
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04 May 2010   #16

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bit64z View Post
Unfortunately, after all this, I restarted both VMs, and cannot log on to either. Won't take the user-id and password under which they were created.

I shutdown the VMs, disabled Integration Features at startup and was able to login as XPMUser.

So now I am looking for the thread on how to re-enable Integ Feat.s
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Bit64z View Post
I started up both XPModes at the same time, and did not need to login. I shut both down, and left them overnight. This AM when I started both, I was asked to login with my Windows 7 credentials, and that of course did not work. I shut them down after several tries (they went into hibernation for some reason.) I logged off windows 7 and restarted.

I turned off Integration Features and when I started both, the credentials to login were set to XPMUser, which let me login.

Now I've logged onto each with XPMUser and enabled Int Features. Updated and logged off. Both were visible on the Windows network while running.

This is enough for right now. I am going to backup everything before proceeding any further.

Thanks again.

Thanks
I just reread your posts and found possible explanations to your login problems.

If you add standard, non-administrator user accounts to XP Mode, by default they are not allowed to log in. Read this tutorial to add standard user accounts to XP Mode: Virtual PC XP Mode - Add Limited User Accounts

The second thing I noticed (or did I misunderstand you?) is that you told you tried to login to XP Mode using Windows 7 credentials. This of course does not work. As in any Windows computer, you can only login using user accounts and credentials of that particular computer.

I hope you can solve your issues.

Kari
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04 May 2010   #17

Win 7 64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Kari View Post
If you add standard, non-administrator user accounts to XP Mode, by default they are not allowed to log in. Read this tutorial to add standard user accounts to XP Mode: Virtual PC XP Mode - Add Limited User Accounts

The second thing I noticed (or did I misunderstand you?) is that you told you tried to login to XP Mode using Windows 7 credentials. This of course does not work. As in any Windows computer, you can only login using user accounts and credentials of that particular computer.

I hope you can solve your issues.

Kari
Like I said, I was able to start both XPModes without credentials a couple of times. But when I started up the AM I was faced with login credentials.

I did not add any credentials, during the install and the first couple of working sessions. WXP installed some updates to both boxes, and I shut them down.

Then I tried starting them up in the AM. WXP presented me with my regular Username (lets call it Windows 7) as a prompt when WXPM started, which was very odd. Even though I entered the legitmate password for Windows 7, I would get an error message. I tried XPMUser and same thing.

I then shut both VMs down, then changed settings to disable Integration Features, then I was presented with XPMUser to login with and the password worked. Logged in and have enabled Int Feat manually.

Odd stuff.
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05 May 2010   #18

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Windows 8.1 Pro with Media Center
 
 

It is indeed odd stuff.

It's simply not possible to use host's (Windows 7) credentials to log in to the XPM, as it is not possible to use computer1 credentials to log in to computer2. Only exception to the rule is the situation where user creates an user account in XPM with same username and password he uses on host.

It's a complete mystery to me how in earth XPM by itself asks other than XPMUser credentials, when no user accounts are yet created. I really hope you can sort this out.

Keep us posted, this is an interesting issue and at least I am very keen to learn the outcome.

Kari
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11 May 2010   #19

Win 7 64
 
 

Been using one of the XPMs for almost a week with no other issues.

Keeping fingers crossed.

Still psyched about trying some of the other products from VMWare.

Also, have a Linux distro CD I was wanting to try.

But those are for other threads!

Cheers you'all...

Bitz
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01 Jun 2011   #20

window 7 ultimate 64 bit
 
 
Had the same proble and found a simple solution

If you're saying the XP Mode screen is just black and wont run, try
deleting the file "Windows XP Mode.vsv" file in the folder
C:\users\[your user name]\appdata\local\microsoft\Windows Virtual PC\Virtual
Machines.

It worked perfectly for me.

Hope it does for you too.
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