a. 2 TB
b. 256 GB
c. 1 TB
d. 4 TB
a. 12 vnics
b. 50 serial ports
d. Hot add Memory
a. Right-Click the VM and select Open Console
b. Right-Click the VM, select Guest OS, and then Open
c. Launch Console from the Manage tab
d. Launch Console from the Summary tab
a. A snapshot of a VM that contains only part of the configuration
b. A exact copy of another VM
c. A master copy of a VM that is used to create new VMs and thereby establish a standard build
d. A separate portion of a VM that can be added to provide more features.
a. You have not checked the connected box for the ISO
b. You have not loaded an ISO that has a bootable OS
c. You have too many CPUs configured for the VM
d. You have not checked the Connect at Power On box for the ISO.
a. 12 Ghz
b. 6 Ghz
c. 3 Ghz
d. .75 Ghz
a. To Configure the setting, the VM must be powered down.
b. It should function well once set, regardless of the OS on the VM.
c. You enable it by checking a box
d. You enable it by changing an Advanced Setting.
a. The VM must be powered down to configure the setting.
b. The VM can be configured while still powered up, as long as the OS supports it.
c. All guest Oss will immediately recognize the new memory.
d. The guest operating systems on the system compatibility list for CPU hot plug will recognize the new memory.
a. The amount of memory that the guest OS will be told it can have
b. The total amount of RAM that will be reserved for the guest OS.
c. The minimum amount of all types of memory that is guaranteed to the guest OS.
d. The Minimum amount of RAM that is guaranteed to the guest OS.
b. Local datastores