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I'd recomment VirtuaWin for this, which I'm using myself for years whenever I'm forced to work on a Windows machine (grin). VirtuaWin … supports Win9x/ME/NT/Win2K/XP/Win2003/Vista/Win7/Win10 can pin applications to desktops (see first screenshot below) runs stable and reliable (I've used it with Windows XP, Vista, and Windows 7 and no issues) is even ...


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You could use Open Broadcaster Software. It supports Windows 7, 8 and 10. It is available for free. You need to add a monitor capture to your scene and then you should be good to go. The monitor capture will capture your desktop for as long as you tell OBS to capture. You can use hotkeys to start and stop the capture if that is a concern.


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VirtuaWin Apparently I didn't explore the program sufficiently. This tool is so great. Open Windows Rules Config as you wish. It even has a helpful help file.


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This article seems to be exactly what you would be looking for. https://serverfault.com/questions/192595/vnc-a-specific-app-only Terminal Services RemoteApp (Which is a Windows only program) seems to be just what you're looking for. However, other possible software from the linked article: VNC, Citrix, XenServer (The free version of Citrix without ...


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Might just be time to purchase dedicated hardware since you're trying to run several servers that will devour RAM. Databases and Web servers are not nice to RAM, and I think you're also trying to compile code and run other software, which will also eat RAM. Which I'm confident you're well aware of that. I honestly don't believe that even running your VM as a ...


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No issues w/ VBox here. Mint 18.x as host, have 4 Debian "servers" running (dhcp, router/gateway, dns, samba), 2 instances of the Mint 18 live cd, 3 FreeBSD machines (router/gateway, dhcp, dns), and a copy of Win7 professional. The servers all have the daemons running, the LiveCDs and Win7 are sitting with firefox open on the default homepages. Host ...


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