I have a fairly powerful system and am trying to play a game with 2 other friends. The game itself is not too resource intensive, so the computer can definitely handle the load, but I'm stuck with trying to configure it to work on the same GPU and some remote access stuff.
- CPU: AMD Ryzen 3 2200g
- Memory: 64GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 2666mhz
- Motherboard: ASUS ROG STRIX b450-f
- GPU: RTX 2080
So my first issue... When I try to run the game in the VM (I was able to get Windows installed and everything on both VMs and am using VirtualBox), it gives me an error saying this machine doesn't have support for OpenGL. I checked with Task Manager, Device Manager, CPU-Z, and NVidia's driver installer and the GPU is not being detected by either machine. How can I make it so this GPU is being shared by all 3 machines? If VirtualBox doesn't have this feature, is there another (preferably free) virtual machine software that does?
My second issue... I can't seem to remote desktop to any machine on any port other than 3389 (Microsoft's default remote desktop port). Currently, I have my host system hosting to 3389 so I'd like to host my VMs on 3390 and 3391. I made sure to port forward, configure the remote port in VirtualBox, change it in Windows Registry, and enable remote desktop in windows, yet I can't connect to either machine from my local network, or a nonlocal network.
If anyone has any ideas for solutions, let me know. All help is appreciated.