Originally Posted by Percula
The problem there would be that many of the remote viewing software would still be able to see your VM session. Basically it would be no different than you using a Windows PC and RDP'ing (remote desktop) into your PC, then launch the VM and use it.
The reverse would be the right order. Your secure work on the installed OS and your pleasure "work" on the VM. IME remote viewing software does not bleed over into the host OS from a VM.
K, I agree if I'm using VMware, and running a windows session while running leopard. However, I'm not sure this is how bootcamp works (because I have to shutdown my computer and reboot in windows, so I think I'm just running windows off of the hardware of my machine with a dedicated partition of my hardrive, and not emulating this the VM software. This is why I thought my method would be secure.)
I might have to rethink my strategy though if I'm wrong.