Bob willer 2007-10-15 00:46:44
I have Virtual Server R2 running on Vista B2. However, I cannot get the
network connection working on a clean install of Windows XP virtual machine.
The network connection has “Limited or no connectivity”. The Virtual
Machine Additions (13.552) are installed, and that didn’t seem to help.
Does anybody have this working successfully?
Bob Willer 
Zack whittaker 2007-10-15 00:46:47
You might want to post this on the microsoft.public.virtualserver newsgroup
as it “feels” like a problem with Virtual Server :o)
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Andre da costa 2007-10-15 00:46:47
No its not, its a Vista issue. Its strange you can’t find a solution to
problems in a program you recommend so enthusiastically. Bob, I would go
with VM Ware, it is compatible with Vista out of the box.
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Johns 2008-03-19 04:52:25
I’m trying to run Virtual Server R2 on Vista B2 as well but when I go to the
administration web page I see an error message which states:
“The following error occurred:
An error occurred accessing the website application data folder.”
This message prevents me from creating a virtual machine.
The Recent Events log on this page shows that the service is running and
This looks like a permissions issue but since I’m logged in with admin
rights I’m not sure what I need to change. Does anyone know what the problem
An initial observation I have about Vista is that it is quite irritating to
use. When I log into a machine as an administrator I don’t expect the machine
to constantly ask me if it is OK to do things which I have asked it to do.
Obviously, Microsoft have really tried to address security issues with this
release of Windows but there’s a fine line between security and usability –
or am I missing something?