Copy & Paste and Shared folder between Oracle VirtualBox Host And Guest Machines

Copy & Paste and Shared folder between Oracle VirtualBox Host And Guest Machines

Following are the steps for configure the machine:

1. Open the Oracle Virtual Box Software.

2. Go to tab Setting for virtual machine or right click on specific virtual machine go to setting.

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3. A Setting windows for virtual machine is open then go to general tab of left panel and select advanced tab on right panel.

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4. Choose bidirectional option on both fields for enable the copy & paste option.

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5. For Shared Folder Configuration select Shared Folder in left panel on Same setting windows.

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6. Then add the folder from right side + button and give it permission as needed.
Choose the path which need to shared from Host machine and assign permission or auto-mount option as shown below:

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7. Then Start the Virtual Machine and you will see the upper option in virtual machine.
Note: If you are in Scaled Mode in View option you did not see upper tabs. Then Go to Virtual Machine(Guest Machine) press host key + Home ( Default Right CTRL + HOME ) then you will see the view option and click on Scaled or Full version.

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8. Go to the Devices tab and Select install Guest additional CD.

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9. I am using Linux machine, So, Get the following popup to run it.

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10. After successfully installation, Restart the Guest Virtual Machine. Then you got both copy & paste and Shared folder on your desktop.

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