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A virtual machine (VM) is a guest Operating System running in a completely isolated environment within a normal host operating system. Modern virtual machines are implemented with either software emulation or hardware virtualization or (in most cases) both together.

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So I don't think that you can do that without a few tricks. Namely, you don't want your user to see the VM through the virt-manager, which requires admin rights, but rather through a vnc client. So: …
answered Aug 9 '15 by Bacon