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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