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VMware VM Provisioned Size Won't Change

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Hell Experts,

Can someone please tell me why when I change the 'Provisioned Size', see image, it keeps on reverting back to 256GB?

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I Would guess at you having a VMFS-3 datastore with 1MB Block size. You have hit the max file size limit

Have a read of This vmware article for details.
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