You intend to create a new virtual hard disk specifying a 700 GB VHDX image

You intend to create a new virtual hard disk

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3. You intend to create a new virtual hard disk, specifying a 700 GB VHDX image file with a logical sector size of 4 KB. How do you proceed? a. With Server Manager, using Hyper-V Manager’s New Disk feature. b. With the utilities included in Hyper-V’s guest integration services.c. Those exact specifications are not possible in Hyper-V Manager. d. With PowerShell, using the New-VHD cmdlet with appropriate parameters. 4. Is it possible for a VM to access a hard disk directly? 5. What is a key benefit of using differencing disks? Answers
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Build a List 1. Order the steps to create a new virtual hard disk. a. Select one of the available hard disk formats. b. Choose the disk type, either VHD or VHDX. c. From the Action menu, select New > Hard Disk. d. Specify the Name and Location of the disk. e. From Server Manager’s Tools menu, select Hyper-V Manager, and then select a Hyper-V server. f. Select to either create a blank virtual hard disk or to copy contents from an existing virtual or physical hard disk. 2. Order the steps to add a virtual disk to a VM. a. From Server Manager’s Tools men u, select Hyper-V Manager, and then select a Hyper-V server. b. In the IDE Controller box, select Hard Drive, and click Add. c. In the Controller and Location drop-down lists, specify the IDE controller and the channel you want for the virtual hard disk. d. From the Action menu, select Settings. e. Select the IDE controller (for example, IDE Controller 0). f. With the Virtual hard disk option selected, click Browse and select the disk image file you want to add. 3. Order the steps to create a cloned installation with a differencing disk (in generalized steps). a. Create a parent disk image. b. Create a differencing disk. c. Install and configure the baseline VM and install the guest OS. d. Generalize the parent image. e. Create a cloned VM. 4. Order the steps to modify a virtual disk. Not all steps will be used. a. Browse to the name of the VHD or VHDX file to open. b. From Server Manager’s Tools menu, select Hyper -V Manager, and then select a Hyper-V server. c. In the Actions pane, select Edit Disk to bring up the Edit Virtual Hard Disk Wizard. d. Open Disk Management snap-in to mount the VHD or VHDX file.
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