Sasquatch wrote:I think a simple option, like with the MAC addresses, to copy the original VM UUID as hardware UUID is enough
mpack wrote:Suggestion: if they are not already present, then add DMI entries to the <ExtraData> section of the cloned VM .vbox file, to ensure that the cloned OS sees all the same BIOS signature strings that it saw before cloning. Otherwise this forum is going to be filled with complaints from guys who cloned a Win7 VM.
michaln wrote:Does that translate to "complaints from guys who violate Microsoft licensing conditions"?
michaln wrote:Perhaps what's really needed is an option to create an exact copy vs. using the original as a template. In the former case, all MAC addresses, UUIDs, serial numbers, etc. would be kept, in the latter they'd be re-generated to keep the identifiers unique. The choice really must be made by the user because only the user knows how the clone will be used. Sometimes the user wants an exact copy which is in some way a backup of the original, in other cases the user wants to start with a known state but continue using them as separate entities.
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