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modifying contents of main HDD from OS inside vmware?
I am on a restricted user account ,but i cam install softwares,is it possible to install a OS inside vmware and access my main HDD from the OS inside vmware and modify the contents?
if it is possible please tell me which 1 is better for this purpose
linux or windows?
Also tell me how can i access/modify the contents
NOTE:I can not able to open or create any folders on C:\ drive,it is restricted
hope i will find some help...
I very much doubt it. it depends on the policies they've used and whether there are shared files setup within vmware. I very much doubt it though, it'd be a schoolboy error for the admins to leave that option. One trick we found with our network was that you could create a folder in C:\ and then create files even though the policies blocked the creation of files on C:\.
Do you have BIOS access? (Unlikely but might work) lol
do you know what permissions you have available to you on that restricted account--like read/write/install/publish/etc?
You cant break out of a VM if thats what your thinking, but you may want to look at the network devices and shared folders, stuff can be done there.
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