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Clone a VM and Create a Guest Customization Specification

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Teach the user how to clone a VM and how to create a re-usable guest OS customization specification as part of the cloning process.

Video Steps

1. Open vSphere Web Client

2. Clone an existing VM

3. Create a new guest customization specification

4. View saved guest customization specification

5. Verify cloned VM creation

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