Configuring Virtual Disks for Virtual Machines

Configuring virtual disks for virtual machines

Virtual disks provide virtual machines with a means of accessing and storing an operating system and data. Virtual machines can use the same types of media that a physical computer can use, such as floppy disks, hard disks, and CDs and DVDs. You can make the media available for use by the virtual machine by configuring the virtual machine settings for the appropriate media. This section describes these settings and how to modify their configuration.

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