I’m having trouble with the clipboard on a newly built Windows HVM on a new Qubes R4.1 install.
Qubes Windows Tools version: 188.8.131.52
Install was default, except option to disable UAC left disabled.
Qubes OS version: 4.1.1
Windows Version: Windows 10 Enterprise 10.0.19042
This all worked OK with 4.0.3 and the appropriate version of QWT.
- This VM started as a Hyper-V (Generation 1) VM that was imaged with our SCCM infrastructure.
- I installed QWT 184.108.40.206 and the Xen drivers.
- Used qemu-img to convert it to raw
- Transferred to dom0 and created the VM.
The VM booted up fine and everything that I normally use looks great, except for the clipboard sharing. If I copy from another qube and try to do a CTRL-Shift-V in the Windows qube, nothing happens. If I try to copy data out of the Windows qube (CTRL-Shift-C), I get the text you normally see when pasting data into the qube (“Global clipboard contents copied to qube and wiped”). In reality, there’s no flow of clipboard in or out of the HVM.
Neither the QdbDaemon nor the QrexecAgent services are running. Attempting to start them gives error, "Cannot start service QrexecAgent on computer ‘.’.
Manually running qrexec-agent.exe does nothing. It closes immediately, but run
I tried enabling the logs per https://github.com/Qubes-Community/Contents/blob/master/docs/os/windows/windows-tools41.md#configuration but no logs are generated even with verbose logging enabled on everything. I’m assuming because the service won’t even start.
There don’t appear to be any indicators of the issue in the Windows event log. Nothing related to those services.
Did I miss something obvious here? I’ve been daily driving qubes for a while, but this is giving me a headache. Thanks for any help.