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I've just installed a VM on my MBP using VM Fusion and the Boot Camp Partition with Vista. My question is....

If I save something in the Windows VM, is it available when I run windows under the boot camp partition?

Hopefully some of you familiar with this setup will know the answer....

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If you linked Fusion to the Boot Camp installation of Windows, then anything you do in one will be reflected in the other. So if you download a file to the desktop in Fusion, it will show up in Boot Camp, and vice versa.


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Perfect....thanks for the prompt answer
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