My development computer is running Windows 7 with 16gig of RAM. I run Linux Ubuntu with Apache in the VM for web design testing purposes. To reduce clutter in my default user account in Windows 7 I installed VirtualBox under a second user. Right now it works using the Startup startmenu folder, but I have to literally log in as the second user after a reboot to make it start. I'd like my VM to start without having to install it as my default user and without having to log into the second user's account. Is this possible?
EDIT: I've added '\vboxmanager.exe startvm "VM Name"' to Task Scheduler to run at startup. We'll see how that works when I reboot my machine.