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16 January 2018

VirtualBox Lab Setup and Crash Course II


VirtualBox Lab Setup and Crash Course II

This lecture builds upon the concepts discussed in the following lecture from 2017:

The topics covered in this lecture included how to work with the following features of VirtualBox:

When working with Windows VMs, it can be helpful to adjust the VM with the following changes, to eliminate possible interference with malware and noise in network traffic:

For configuring virtual networks, it is important from a safety standpoint, as well as minimizing confusion, to use “reserved private network addresses”, such as those described in RFC 1918:


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