Lesson 2 – Working with Making Modifications to Virtual Machines (VMs)

  Lesson 2. Working with Making Modifications to Virtual Machines (VMs) This lesson discusses modifying virtual machine (VM) settings, which allows for the following:
  • Adding virtual hardware
  • Removing virtual hardware
  • Setting VM options
  • Control VM and CPU Memory resources
  • Creating a raw device mapping (RDM)
When modifying a virtual machine, there are two compatibility modes:
  • Physical compatibility: Guest operating system is directly accessing the LUN, no virtualization layer required
  • Virtual compatibility: you can use snapshot and the LUN behaves as a virtual disk.
This lesson also discusses advanced boot options:
  • Delay power on
  • Boot into BIOS
  • Retry after failed boot
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