When migrating a Windows vCenter Server 60 to the vCenter Server Appliance 65

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Question: 10 When migrating a Windows vCenter Server 6.0 to the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5, which two will be migrated by default? (Choose two.) Visit us at
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A. Local Windows OS users and groups B. Configuration C. Custom ports D. FQDN E. Historical and Performance data Answer: B,D Explanation: Not correct: A) Local Windows OS users and groups are not migrated to the Photon OS of the vCenter Server Appliance 6.5. C) Migration of deployments that use custom ports for services other than Auto Deploy, Update Manager, and vSphere ESXi Dump Collector are not supported. E) By default, the configuration and inventory data of the Windows vCenter Server is migrated. The option to copy historical and performance data is also available. Question: 11 A domain user is able to successfully log into the vSphere Web Client, but notices that the vCenter Server system does not appear in the inventory. Which is the cause of this situation? Question: 12 An administrator attempts to manually reclaim space on thin-provisioned VMFS6 volumes but finds that no additional space is being recovered. Which could be causing this? Visit us at
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Question: 13 An administrator has upgraded to vSphere 6.5 and also wants to use Kerberos authentication for NFS. Which can be done to the existing NFSv3 volumes to enable this feature? Explanation: vSphere does not support automatic datastore conversions from NFS version 3 to NFS 4.1. If you want to upgrade your NFS 3 datastore, the following options are available:
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