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Advanced .VMX File Configuration

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Teach the user how to edit .vmx files to add advanced configuration options

Video Steps

1. Open vSphere Web Client

2. Edit Settings for a VM

3. Choose VM Options -> Advanced

4. Add Configuration Parameters

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