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Configuring VMware Fault Tolerance (FT)

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Teach the user how to configure vSphere clusters to support the VMware FT feature

Video Steps

1. Open vSphere Web Client

2. Verify vSphere HA is enabled

3. Verify netowrking for vMotion and FT Logging is in place or create it

4. Turn On FT for a virtual machine

5. Verify that FT is running a secondary VM for the protected virtual machine

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