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I think you just need to review the FOR /? help a bit. You've mixed a couple different things together which won't work. The cmd interpreter is limited compared to other scripting environments you may be familiar with. I think all you're asking is "How do I use FOR in a batch file to count from 1 to 5 in increments of 1?" And that's simple enough: FOR /L ...


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Usually VMs in VirtualBox are added with NAT, so the VMs interface isn't directly exposed on the network. To expose it open Settings->Network and change "Attached to:" from NAT to Bridged adapter. You can then decide if you want to use DHCP or static addressing inside the VM. Host-only Networking only provides access to the host and other VMs on the same ...


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To flee of EnableDelayedExpansion you could try next approach with a procedure call: @ECHO OFF >NUL setlocal SET "VBoxManage=C:\Program Files\Oracle\VirtualBox\VBoxManage.exe" SET /A "P=25553" FOR /L %%M IN (1,1,5) Do call :treat %%M ECHO All cloning finished. pause endlocal goto :eof :treat rem next two operational commands are ECHO-ed for debugging ...


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Had a similar problem after upgrading to 4.3.22 this morning. Quick fix was to shut down my VM's and change the network adapter types to something that wasn't Intel. Been running a couple of hours now with no issues.


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Make sure you've updated both Vagrant AND VirtualBox installs. I had a similar issue (and came across this answer) and updating my VirtualBox install fixed it. The problem was caused by having a box installed with newer guest additions than the installed VirtualBox software version. In my case: GuestAdditions versions on your host (4.3.12) and guest ...



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