Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

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Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby AndyOne » 22. Feb 2019, 20:10

Habe mir auf meinem Win10-System (Host) ein virtuelles Win7 (Gast) eingerichtet. Läuft.
Der Dateiaustausch erfolgt dabei über das Gast-Netzwerk VBOXSVR, quasi der auf dem Host freigegebene öffentliche Ordner. Im Gast heisst der (unter VBOXSVR) "\\VBOXSVR\Public".


Problem:
Mit jedem Verlassen der VM incl. Speichern wird beim nächsten Aufruf jedesmal ein weiterer "\\VBOXSVR\Public"-Freigabe-Ordner unter VBOXSVR im Netzwerk (mehr) angezeigt. Einer würde mir reichen.


Was mache ich falsch?
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Re: Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby socratis » 22. Feb 2019, 21:09

DeepL translator wrote:DE: Mit jedem Verlassen der VM incl. Speichern wird beim nächsten Aufruf jedesmal ein weiterer "\\VBOXSVR\Public"-Freigabe-Ordner unter VBOXSVR im Netzwerk (mehr) angezeigt.
EN: Each time you leave the VM including save, another "\\VBOXSVR\Public" release folder is displayed under VBOXSVR in the network (more) the next time you call it up.

Take a look at the Known Issues in the "Discuss the 6.0.0 release" post. You are seeing the effects of ticket #18373 Multiple copies of shared folders.
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Re: Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby AndyOne » 22. Feb 2019, 21:30

Thank you. Obviously, other users also have this bug.
I use version 6.0.4.
What to do? Wait or install version 5?
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Re: Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby socratis » 22. Feb 2019, 23:58

Or don't use live saved states? That's an option too you know... ;)
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Re: Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby AndyOne » 25. Feb 2019, 10:38

I know, but I'm configuring the VM right now, and I have to back it up again and again. Later I can not remove the excess folders anymore.
Which version of VirtualBox can you recommend to me?
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Re: Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby socratis » 25. Feb 2019, 11:47

AndyOne wrote:I know, but I'm configuring the VM right now, and I have to back it up again and again
And you can very well shut it down in between snapshots. And you definitely have to remember:

SNAPSHOTS ARE NOT BACKUPS!

AndyOne wrote:Which version of VirtualBox can you recommend to me?
The last of the 5.2.x series? 5.2.26 as of this writing...
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Re: Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby AndyOne » 25. Feb 2019, 12:10

Thanks, but if I shut down and save the state to continue later, I'll have an extra network folder the next time I open the VM.
I'm downloading 5.2.26.
If installed, I will contact you again.
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Re: Mehrere freigegebene Ordner im Gast-System

Postby AndyOne » 26. Feb 2019, 14:32

5.2 is running normal. Thank you !!!
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