In the "Virtual Hardware" tab, you will find 3 options to add virtual or physical hardware to your virtual machine :
By clicking on "Add hard disk", you will be able to :
By clicking on "Add network adapter", you can add a virtual or paravirtual network card.
By clicking on "Add other device", you can add :
In the "VM Options" tab, you can manage the options and settings of your virtual machine.
In the "General Options" section of the VM options, you will be able to :
In the "General Options" section of the VM options, you can configure options specific to the VMare Remote Console (VMRC) program :
In the "VMware Tools" section of the VM options, you will be able to :
In the "Power management" section of the VM options, you will be able to :
In the "Boot Options" section of the VM options, you will be able to :
In the "Advanced" section of the VM options, you will be able to :
If you click on the "Edit Configuration" button (visible in the image above), you will see a "Configuration Parameters" window appear where you can add, edit or delete the parameters present in the ".vmx" configuration file.
However, note that some parameters of the ".vmx" file will not appear in this table.
In the "Fiber Channel NPIV" section, you will be able to assign virtual WWNs and WWPs for advanced features for virtual machines accessible with Fiber Channel hardware supporting NPIV.
In the "VBS" section, you can choose to enable Virtualization Based Security (VBS) or not.
When the guest operating system is Windows 10, this allows it to use hardware virtualization features to create and isolate a secure region of host memory.
This allows you to avoid malicious attacks and the use of vulnerabilities on Windows 10.
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