Virtualbox Mac Os C Drive Minimum Storage

I'm trying to get a portable USB drive setup to move large quantities of image data between my mac (Host) and the windows VM to use with software that will only run on Windows. I have read through all the very detailed posts on the general advice Topic 'USB basics and troubleshooting' but am still having no luck. Below is a general description of my issue ('USB Device not recognized') as well as all of the requested details from the troubleshooting step #8 ask for help. Thanks in advance for any additional advice.
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VirtualBox Version 5.2.18 r124319 (Qt5.6.3)
Host: macOS 10.13.6 (17G65)
Virtualbox mac os resolutionGuest: Windows 10 Home Version 1803 Installed on 9/13/18 OS Build 1734.345
The USB device is a Samsung Portable SSD T5 drive - connected directly to one of my Mac's four USB-C ports via a usb-c to usb-c cable. It is being captured by my Guest (Windows) but I get the following error in windows: 'USB Device not recognized.' When I go to the device manager in Windows under Universal Serial Bus Controllers there are three choices
Intel USB 3.0 extensible host controller- 1.0 (Microsoft)
Unknown USB Device (Invalid Device Descriptor)
USB Root Hub (USB 3.0)
If I look at the properties for the Unknown USB Device. It says under status 'Windows has stopped this device because it has reported problems. (Code 43) The USB device returned an invalid USB device descriptor.'
If I shut down the Windows VM in order to do the steps recommended in the general troubleshooting (see below) the Drive gets captured back to my Mac (Host) and I can see the drive and look at its properties to see that it is formatted ExFat and should be usable with Windows (full property info as reported by Mac also listed below). Additionally, it seems important to note that I have successfully connected a different drive (Seagate) to my Windows (Guest) without these issues.
Lastly I have attached the zipped log from a cold_start / login / plug_USB / unplug_USB / complete_shutdown cycle as requested in Steps from #8: Asking for help.
Requested log file a cold_start / login / plug_USB / unplug_USB / complete_shutdown cycle
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Here are the results from the VBOxManage commands:
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KM-Imago-MBP:~ karenmorgan$ VBoxManage -version

Virtualbox Mac Os C Drive Minimum Storage
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KM-Imago-MBP:~ karenmorgan$ VBoxManage list extpacks
Extension Packs: 1
Pack no. 0: Oracle VM VirtualBox Extension Pack
Version: 5.2.18
Revision: 124319
Description: USB 2.0 and USB 3.0 Host Controller, Host Webcam, VirtualBox RDP, PXE ROM, Disk Encryption, NVMe.
Usable: true
Why unusable:

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KM-Imago-MBP:~ karenmorgan$ VBoxManage list usbhost
Host USB Devices:
UUID: 0bb2c783-5eb8-4546-88a6-a69002dace67
VendorId: 0x05ac (05AC)
ProductId: 0x8600 (8600)
Revision: 1.1 (0101)
Port: 2
USB version/speed: 0/High
Manufacturer: Apple Inc.
Product: iBridge
Address: p=0x8600;v=0x05ac;s=0x0002c5ff995383a5;l=0x14200000
Current State: Busy
UUID: 4a7dec95-33e8-4239-8265-5cf060615e29
VendorId: 0x04e8 (04E8)
ProductId: 0x61f5 (61F5)
Revision: 1.0 (0100)
Port: 2
USB version/speed: 0/Full
Manufacturer: Samsung
Product: Portable SSD T5
SerialNumber: 1234567B55F6
Address: p=0x61f5;v=0x04e8;s=0x0002df43bb863da5;l=0x01200000
Current State: Available
UUID: 1c3a634e-1ad1-49ef-9574-b6ac46e0095f
VendorId: 0x0451 (0451)
ProductId: 0x3421 (3421)
Revision: 1.0 (0100)
Port: 3
USB version/speed: 0/Full
Manufacturer: Texas Instruments Inc.
Product: Texas Instruments USB Billboard Device
SerialNumber: 54FF5C69C8883218
Address: p=0x3421;v=0x0451;s=0x0001f4701b8eb372;l=0x14130000
Current State: Busy

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KM-Imago-MBP:~ karenmorgan$ VBoxManage list usbfilters
Global USB Device Filters:

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KM-Imago-MBP:~ karenmorgan$ VBoxManage showvminfo 'Windows10-64bit'
Name: Windows10-64bit
Groups: /
Guest OS: Windows 10 (64-bit)
UUID: f6bf852b-c1d2-45cf-9c87-2327e76a6640
Config file: /Users/karenmorgan/VirtualBox VMs/Windows10-64bit/Windows10-64bit.vbox
Snapshot folder: /Users/karenmorgan/VirtualBox VMs/Windows10-64bit/Snapshots
Log folder: /Users/karenmorgan/VirtualBox VMs/Windows10-64bit/Logs
Hardware UUID: f6bf852b-c1d2-45cf-9c87-2327e76a6640
Memory size: 2048MB
Page Fusion: off
VRAM size: 128MB
CPU exec cap: 100%
HPET: off
Chipset: piix3
Firmware: BIOS
Number of CPUs: 1
PAE: off
Long Mode: on
Triple Fault Reset: off
APIC: on
X2APIC: off
CPUID Portability Level: 0
CPUID overrides: None
Boot menu mode: message and menu
Boot Device (1): Floppy
Boot Device (2): DVD
Boot Device (3): HardDisk
Boot Device (4): Not Assigned
ACPI: on
Time offset: 0ms
RTC: local time
Hardw. virt.ext: on
Nested Paging: on
Large Pages: on
VT-x VPID: on
VT-x unr. exec.: on
Paravirt. Provider: Default
Effective Paravirt. Provider: HyperV
State: powered off (since 2018-10-12T19:00:33.501000000)
Monitor count: 1
3D Acceleration: off
2D Video Acceleration: off
Teleporter Enabled: off
Teleporter Port: 0
Teleporter Address:
Teleporter Password:
Tracing Enabled: off
Allow Tracing to Access VM: off
Tracing Configuration:
Autostart Enabled: off
Autostart Delay: 0
Default Frontend:
Storage Controller Name (0): SATA
Storage Controller Type (0): IntelAhci
Storage Controller Instance Number (0): 0
Storage Controller Max Port Count (0): 30
Storage Controller Port Count (0): 2
Storage Controller Bootable (0): on
SATA (0, 0): /Users/karenmorgan/VirtualBox VMs/Windows10-64bit/Windows10-64bit.vdi (UUID: c763ece2-7a6d-41b7-a9e6-9ca6be0e681f)
SATA (1, 0): Empty
NIC 1: MAC: 0800275F72FB, Attachment: NAT, Cable connected: on, Trace: off (file: none), Type: 82540EM, Reported speed: 0 Mbps, Boot priority: 0, Promisc Policy: deny, Bandwidth group: none
NIC 1 Settings: MTU: 0, Socket (send: 64, receive: 64), TCP Window (send:64, receive: 64)
NIC 2: disabled
NIC 3: disabled
NIC 4: disabled
NIC 5: disabled
NIC 6: disabled
NIC 7: disabled
NIC 8: disabled
Pointing Device: USB Tablet
Keyboard Device: PS/2 Keyboard
UART 1: disabled
UART 2: disabled
UART 3: disabled
UART 4: disabled
LPT 1: disabled
LPT 2: disabled
Audio: enabled (Driver: CoreAudio, Controller: HDA, Codec: STAC9221)
Audio playback: disabled
Audio capture: enabled
Clipboard Mode: Bidirectional
Drag and drop Mode: disabled
VRDE: disabled
USB: disabled
EHCI: disabled
XHCI: enabled
USB Device Filters:
Index: 0
Active: yes
Name: Seagate
Manufacturer: Seagate
Serial Number:
Index: 1
Active: yes
Name: Samsung Portable SSD T5 [0100]
VendorId: 04e8
ProductId: 61f5
Serial Number:
Bandwidth groups: <none>
Shared folders:
Name: 'VirtualBoxShared', Host path: '/Users/karenmorgan/Documents/VirtualBoxShared' (machine mapping), writable
Capturing: not active
Capture audio: not active
Capture screens: 0
Capture file: /Users/karenmorgan/VirtualBox VMs/Windows10-64bit/Windows10-64bit.webm
Capture dimensions: 1024x768
Capture rate: 512 kbps
Capture FPS: 25
Capture options: ac_enabled=false
Configured memory balloon size: 0 MB

--- Info from my Mac (Host) about the drive when looking at USB info from my Mac after Windows has been shut down ---
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Portable SSD T5:
Product ID: 0x61f5
Vendor ID: 0x04e8 (Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.)
Version: 1.00
Serial Number: 1234567B55F6
Speed: Up to 10 Gb/sec
Manufacturer: Samsung
Location ID: 0x01200000 / 36
Current Available (mA): 500
Current Required (mA): 896
Extra Operating Current (mA): 0
Portable SSD T5:
Capacity: 2 TB (2,000,398,934,016 bytes)
Removable Media: No
BSD Name: disk2
Logical Unit: 0
Partition Map Type: MBR (Master Boot Record)
USB Interface: 0
Capacity: 2 TB (2,000,396,321,280 bytes)
Available: 1.99 TB (1,993,788,358,656 bytes)
Writable: Yes
File System: ExFAT
BSD Name: disk2s1
Mount Point: /Volumes/Samsung_T5
Content: Windows_NTFS
Volume UUID: 25804088-738F-3DBE-84EC-7B1F34B74CF4
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