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When DRS is in partially automated mode. It will automatically place VM's on power on but not move them once powered on.  DRS is aware of the storage seen by a VM and only moves a Vm to a host on power up if it meet all access condition for the VM correct?
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You're correct, with partially automated the virtual machine will be powered on in the best candidate host and of course, since the host has access to virtual machine files.
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