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VMware VCP6.5-DCV Why we need Vmware? The X86 compatible hardware of today, regardless of processor count or core count, was …


    VMware VCP6.5-DCV

    Why we need Vmware?

    The X86 compatible hardware of today, regardless of processor count or core count, was designed to run a single operating system. This leaves most machines vastly underutilized. VMware virtualization lets you run multiple virtual machines on a single physical machine, with each virtual machine sharing the resources of that one physical computer across multiple environments. Different virtual machines can run different operating systems and multiple applications on the same physical computer. VMware is an operating system that sits directly on the hardware and is the interface between the hardware and the various operating system. It expands the hardware, from the users point of view, to many different independent servers all with their own processors and memory. These virtual servers cannot be distinguished from physical servers by the end users.

    Benefits of Vmware

    VMware allows the enterprise to replace many disparate, underused devices with a few virtual hosts. This greatly reduces system downtime, allows for simple movement of virtual clients from one hardware host to another and allows for scheduled hardware repair or replacement with downtime by moving those clients to another hardware host on the cluster. It also allows the IT administrator to very quickly add virtual servers as required without the need to purchase additional hardware. Upgrading hardware becomes a simple process. Removing the requirement of the Operating System needing to work directly with the hardware makes disaster recovery or replacement of failed servers simple. In corporates Vmware saves lot of cost, investment and time. Finally all the Fortune 500 companies are using Vmware for their advantages.

    Importance of Vmware Professional Course

    One thing is that the market and technology is constantly changing. That means that as a professional, it’s necessary to stay up-to-date, informed, knowledgeable about what’s new and what’s changing. A major benefit of doing a course in VMware is that you not only get outstanding, in-depth training in this product, but you also get the opportunity to test for a certification proving your knowledge.


    Overview of Virtualization ; Benefits ; Different Virtualization products ;  Overview of Cloud Computing ; Different types of cloud implimentation ; Different between Private  and Public cloud implimentation; Comparison of different public cloud implimentations;  Solutions to impliment Virtual Data Center ; VMware Products and Solutions intented for  Virtual Data Center implimentation

    Module 1 :  VMware vSphere 6.5 Foundations 

    1 Install and Configure vCenter Server and Hosts

    Describe vSphere editions and features; Various data center solutions that interact with vSphere; ESXi and vCenter Server architectures;Determine appropriate vSphere edition based on customer requirements; Deploy a vSphere 6.x Content Library; Differentiate Update Manager deployment options

    Install and Configure vCenter Server 6.x  Deploy the vCenter Appliance (vCSA); ¨ Install vCenter Server onto a virtual machine; Create an ODBC Connection to a vCenter Server; Differentiate vCenter Server deployment modes; Differentiate Platform Services Controller deployment options; Install additional vCenter Server Components; Install and configure vSphere Client / vSphere Web Client; Install/Remove vSphere Client plug-ins; Enable/Disable vSphere Client plug-ins; License vCenter Server using the Web Client

    Install and Configure ESXi 6.x Hosts  Validate if an ESXi configuration meets given requirements  Perform an interactive installation of ESXi using media;  Configure NTP; Configure DNS and routing; Configure SSH and Shell access;  Configure logs to be sent to a syslog server; License an ESXi host; Backup/Restore vCenter Server Virtual Appliance files

    2 Configure and Manage vSphere 6.x Networking

    Configure vSphere Standard Switches (vSS)  Explain vSphere Standard Switch (vSS) Create/Delete a vSphere Standard Switch; Add/Configure/Remove vmnics on a vSphere Standard Switch;  Configure vmkernel ports for network services;  Add/Edit/Remove port groups on a vSphere Standard Switch

    Configure vSphere Distributed Switches (vDS)  Create/Delete a vSphere Distributed Switch

    Add/Remove ESXi hosts from a vSphere Distributed Switch;  Add/Configure/Remove dvPort groups  Add/Remove uplink adapters to dvUplink groups; Configure vSphere Distributed Switch general and dvPort group settings; Create/Configure/Remove virtual adapters;  Migrate virtual adapters to/from a vSphere Standard Switch; Migrate virtual machines to/from a vSphere Distributed Switch; Configure LACP on Uplink portgroups

    Configure vSS and vDS features based on given requirements Explain common vSS and vDS policies; Describe vDS Security Polices/Settings; Configure dvPort group blocking policies; Configure load balancing and failover policies; Configure VLAN/PVLAN settings; Configure traffic shaping policies;  Enable TCP Segmentation Offload support for a virtual machine; Enable Jumbo Frames support on appropriate components;  Determine appropriate VLAN configuration for a vSphere implementation

    3 Configure and Manage vSphere 6.x Storage

    Connect Shared Storage devices to ESXi 6.x Hosts  Storage naming conventions¨ Explain iSCSI initiator requirements;  Configure FC/iSCSI/FCoE storage devices; Describe zoning and LUN masking practices; Configure/Edit hardware/dependent hardware initiator; Enable/Disable software iSCSI initiator;  Configure/Edit software iSCSI initiator settings;  Configure iSCSI port binding; Enable/Configure/Disable iSCSI CHAP;  Configure Dynamic and Static Target Discovery Addresses

    Configure and Manage Software Defined Storage  Explain Virtual SAN (VSAN) Architecture

    Create/Delete VSAN Cluster; Manage VSAN disk groups; Monitor VSAN storage; Add/Remove VSAN Nodes; Determine use cases for Virtual SAN configurations

    Create and Configure VMFS and NFS Datastores  Compare/Contrast supported NFS versions;

    Configure NFS storage for VMDK formatting; Configure storage multi-pathing; Compare/Contract VMFS6 and VMFS5; Configure Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler (SDRS) Extend/Expand VMFS Datastores;  Place a VMFS Datastore in Maintenance Mode

    4 Deploy and Administer Virtual Machines and vApps

    Create and Deploy Virtual Machines  Place virtual machines in selected ESXi hosts/Clusters/Resource Pools;  Configure and deploy a Guest OS into a new virtual machine; Configure/Modify virtual hardware:CPU RAM Disk vNIC;  Create/Convert thin/thick provisioned virtual disks; Install/Upgrade VMware Tools and Virtual Hardware; Configure PCI Passthrough and Direct I/O; Configure virtual machine time synchronization

    Create and Deploy vApps  Create/Deploy/Clone a vApp;  Add objects to an existing vApp; Edit vApp settings;  Configure IP pools;  Suspend/Resume a vApp

    Manage Virtual Machine Clones and Templates  Explain Cloning and Template options;  Clone an existing virtual machine;  Create a template from an existing virtual machine; Deploy a virtual machine from a template; Update existing virtual machine templates; Deploy virtual appliances and/or vApps from an OVF template; Import an OVF template; Create a Local Library; Create a Remote Library with/without external storage; Publish/Subscribe/Share Content Library; Deploy a virtual machine from a content library

    Administer Virtual Machines and vApps  Explain files used by virtual machines; Explain common practices for securing virtual machines; Hot Extend a virtual disk; Configure virtual machine options;  Configure virtual machine power settings; Configure virtual machine boot options; Administer virtual machine snapshots;  Assign a Storage Policy to a virtual machine; Verify Storage Policy  compliance for virtual machines;  Adjust virtual machine resources; Differentiate between stop/shutdown/reboot/restart of a virtual machine

    5 Establish and Maintain Availability and Resource Management Features

    Create and Configure VMware Clusters  Determine how DRS and HA are applicable to an environment;  Create/Delete a DRS/HA Cluster;  Add/Remove ESXi Hosts from a DRS/HA Cluster;  Add/Remove virtual machines from a DRS/HA Cluster; Configure Storage DRS;  Configure Enhanced vMotion Compatibility; Monitor a DRS/HA Cluster; Configure migration thresholds for DRS and virtual machines; Configure automation levels for DRS and virtual machines;  Configure Virtual Machine Component Protection (VMCP) settings; Configure orchestrated VM restart with HA; Enable/Configure/Disable Host Power Management/Distributed Power Management; Enable/Disable HA Host Monitoring; Understand the features of Proactive HA; Understand the features of Proactive DRS; Configure HA Cluster-wide VM restart ordering; Enforce infrastructural or intra-app dependencies in HA

    Plan and Implement VMware Fault Tolerance  Configure VMware Fault Tolerance networking;  Given a scenario, determine an appropriate VMware Fault Tolerance configuration;  Enable/Disable VMware Fault Tolerance on a virtual machine; Test a Fault Tolerant configuration; Determine use case for enabling VMware Fault Tolerance on a virtual machine; Configure NIC aggregation for Fault Tolerance

    Create and Administer Resource Pools  Explain vFlash architecture; Explain use cases for Resource Pools;  Create/Remove a Resource Pool; Configure Resource Pool attributes;  Add/Remove virtual machines from a Resource Pool;  Create/Delete vFlash Resource Pool; Assign vFlash resources to VMDKs; Determine Resource Pool requirements for a given vSphere implementation

    Migrate Virtual Machines  Explain Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC); Explain Long Distance vMotion; Explain process for vMotion/Storage vMotion migrations; Configure virtual machine swap file location; Migrate a powered-off or suspended virtual machine; Migrate virtual machines using vMotion/Storage vMotion

    Backup and Restore Virtual Machines  Explain VMware Data Protection sizing Guidelines; Describe vSphere Replication architecture; Install and Configure VMware Data Protection; Create a backup job with VMware Data Protection; Perform a live full/file-level restore with VMware Data Protection; Create/Delete/Consolidate virtual machine snapshots; Perform a failback operation using vSphere Replication; Determine appropriate backup solution for a given vSphere implementation

    6 Perform Basic Troubleshooting of a vSphere 6.x Implementation

    Perform basic troubleshooting of ESXi and vCenter installation issues ; Perform basic troubleshooting of ESXi and vCenter operational issues ; Perform basic troubleshooting of Virtual Machine operational issues ; Identify and troubleshoot basic misconfigurations ;

    7 Perform Basic Monitoring of a vSphere Implementation 

    Monitor ESXi, vCenter, and Virtual Machines ; Create and Administer vCenter Server Alarms ; Configure and Manage vRealize Log Insight ;

    Module 2 :  VCP 6.5  Data Center Virtualization

    Section 1: Configure and Administer vSphere 6.x Security

    Configure and Administer Role-based Access Control, Compare and contrast propagated and explicit permission

    Assignments, View/Sort/Export user and group lists,  Add/Modify/Remove permissions for users and groups on

    vCenter Server inventory objects, Determine how permissions are applied and inherited in vCenter Server, Create/Clone/Edit vCenter Server Roles, Configure VMware Identity Sources, Apply a role to a User/Group and to an object or group of objects, Change permission validation settings, Determine the appropriate set of privileges for common tasks in vCenter Server, Compare and contrast default system/sample roles, Determine the correct permissions needed to integrate vCenter Server with other VMware products.

    Secure ESXi and vCenter Server

    Configure Encrypted vMotion, Describe Secure Boot, Harden ESXi hosts, Enable/Configure/Disable services in the ESXi firewall, Change default account access, Add an ESXi Host to a directory service, Apply permissions to ESXi Hosts using Host Profiles, Enable Lockdown Mode, Control access to hosts (DCUI/Shell/SSH/MOB)- Harden vCenter Server,         Control datastore browser access, Create/Manage vCenter Server Security Certificat, Control MOB access, Change default account access, Restrict administrative privileges, Understand the implications of securing a vSphere environment.

    Configure and Enable SSO and Identity Sources

    Describe PSC architecture and components, Differentiate available authentication methods with Vmware vCenter

    Perform a multi-site PSC installation, Configure/Manage Identity Sources, Configure/Manage Platform Services Controller (PSC), Configure/Manage VMware Certificate Authority (VMCA), Enable/Disable Single Sign-On (SSO) Users, Upgrade a single/complex PSC installation, Configure SSO policies, Add an ESXi host to an AD domain

    Configure and Manage KMS for VM Encryption

    Secure vSphere Virtual Machines

    Enable/Disable Virtual Machine Encryption, Describe Secure Boot, Harden virtual machine access, Control VMware Tools installation, Control VM data access, Configure virtual machine security policies, Harden a virtual machine against Denial-of-Service attacks, Control VM-VM communications, Control VM device connections, Configure network security policies, Configure encrypted vMotion

    Section 2: Configure and Administer vSphere 6.x Networking

    Configure policies/features and verify vSphere networking

    Create/Delete a vSphere Distributed Switch, Add/Remove ESXi hosts from a vSphere Distributed Switch

    – Add/Configure/Remove dvPort groups, Add/Remove uplink adapters to dvUplink groups, Configure vSphere Distributed Switch general and dvPortgroup settings, Create/Configure/Remove virtual adapters, Migrate virtual machines to/from a vSphere Distributed Switch, Configure LACP on vDS given design parameters, Describe vDS Security Polices/Settings, Configure dvPort group blocking policies, Configure load balancing and failover policies

    Configure VLAN/PVLAN settings for VMs givencommunication requirements, Configure traffic shaping policies

    Enable TCP Segmentation Offload support for a virtualmachine, Enable Jumbo Frames support on appropriate components, Recognize behavior of vDS Auto-Rollback, Configure vDS across multiple vCenters to support [LongDistance vMotion], Compare and contrast vSphere Distributed Switch (vDS) capabilities, Configure multiple VMkernel Default Gateways, Configure ERSPAN, Create and configure custom TCP/IP Stacks, Configure Netflow

    Configure Network I/O control (NIOC)

    Explain NIOC capabilities, Configure NIOC shares/limits based on VM requirements- Explain the behavior of a given NIOC setting, Determine Network I/O Control requirements, Differentiate Network I/O Control capabilities

    Enable/Disable Network I/O Control, Monitor Network I/O Control

    Section 3: Configure and Administer vSphere 6.x Storage

    Manage vSphere Integration with Physical Storage

    Perform NFS v3 and v4.1 configurations, Discover new storage LUNs, Configure FC/iSCSI/FCoE LUNs as ESXi boot devices, Mount an NFS share for use with vSphere, Enable/Configure/Disable vCenter Server storage filters, Configure/Edit hardware/dependent hardware initiators, Enable/Disable software iSCSI initiator, Configure/Edit software iSCSI initiator settings, Configure iSCSI port binding, Enable/Configure/Disable iSCSI CHAP, Determine use cases for Fiber Channel zoning, Compare and contrast array thin provisioning and virtual disk thin provisioning

    Configure Software-Defined Storage

    Create vSAN cluster, Create disk groups, Monitor vSAN, Describe vVOLs, Understand a vSAN iSCSI target Explain vSAN and vVOL architectural components, Determine the role of storage providers in vSAN, Determine the role of storage providers in vVOLs, Explain vSAN failure domains functionality, Configure/Manage VMware vSAN, Create/Modify VMware Virtual Volumes (vVOLs), Configure Storage Policies, Enable/Disable vSAN Fault Domains, Create Virtual Volumes given the workload and availability requirements, Collect vSAN Observer output, Create storage policies appropriate for given workloads and availability requirements, Configure vVOLs Protocol Endpoints

    Configure vSphere Storage Multipathing and Failover

    Explain common multi-pathing components, Differentiate APD and PDL states, Compare and contrast Active Optimized vs. Active non Optimized port group states, Explain features of Pluggable Storage Architecture (PSA), Understand the effects of a given claim rule on multipathing and failover, Explain the function of claim rule elements:

    Vendor,   Model, Device ID, SATP, PSP

    Change the Path Selection Policy using the UI, Determine required claim rule elements to change the default PSP, Determine the effect of changing PSP on multipathing and failover, Determine the effects of changing SATP on relevant device behavior, Configure/Manage Storage load balancing, Differentiate available Storage load balancing options, Differentiate available Storage multipathing policies, Configure Storage Policies including vSphere Storage APIs for Storage Awareness, Locate failover events in the UI

    Perform VMFS and NFS configurations and upgrades

    Perform VMFS v5 and v6 configurations, Describe VAAI primitives for block devices and NAS

    – Differentiate VMware file system technologies, Migrate from VMFS5 to VMFS6, Differentiate Physical Mode RDMs and Virtual Mode RDMs, Create a Virtual/Physical Mode RDM, Differentiate NFS 3.x and 4.1 capabilities, Compare and contrast VMFS and NFS datastore properties, Configure Bus Sharing, Configure Multi-writer locking, Connect an NFS 4.1 datastore using Kerberos, Create/Rename/Delete/Unmount VMFS datastores, Mount/Unmount an NFS datastore, Extend/Expand VMFS datastores, Place a VMFS datastore in Maintenance Mode, Select the Preferred Path/Disable a Path to a VMFS datastore, Enable/Disable vStorage API for Array Integration (VAAI), Determine a proper use case for multiple VMFS/NFS datastores

    Set up and Configure Storage I/O Control (SIOC)

    Describe the benefits of SIOC, Enable and configure SIOC, Configure/Manage SIOC Monitor SIOC, Differentiate between SIOC and Dynamic Queue Depth Throttling features Determine a proper use case for SIOC, Compare and contrast the effects of I/O contention in environments with and without SIOC, Understand SIOC metrics for Datastore Clusters and Storage DRS

    Section 4: Upgrade a vSphere Deployment to 6.x

    Perform ESXi Host and Virtual Machine Upgrades

    Configure download source(s), Set up UMDS to set up download repository, Import ESXi images, Create Baselines and/or Baseline groups, Attach Baselines to vSphere objects, Scan vSphere objects, Stage Patches and Extensions, Remediate an object, Upgrade a vSphere Distributed Switch, Upgrade VMware Tools, Upgrade Virtual Machine hardware, Upgrade an ESXi Host using vCenter Update Manager, Stage multiple ESXi Host upgrades, Align appropriate Baselines with target inventory objects

    Perform vCenter Server Upgrades (Windows)

    Compare the methods of upgrading vCenter Server, Backup vCenter Server database, configuration and certificate datastore, Perform update as prescribed, Upgrade vCenter Server, Determine the upgrade compatibility of an environment, Determine correct order of steps to upgrade a vSphere implementation

    Perform vCenter Server migration to VCSA

    Migrate to vCSA, Understand the migration paths to the vCSA

    Section 5: Administer and Manage vSphere 6.x Resources

    Configure Multilevel Resource Pools

    Determine the effect of the Expandable Reservation, parameter on resource allocation, Create a Resource Pool hierarchical structure, Configure custom Resource Pool attributes, Determine how Resource Pools apply to vApps, Create/Remove a Resource Pool, Add/Remove virtual machines from a Resource Pool, Determine appropriate shares, reservations and limits for hierarchical Resource Pools

    Configure vSphere DRS and Storage DRS Clusters

    Add/remove Host DRS Group, Add/remove virtual machine DRS Group, Manage DRS affinity/anti-affinity rules, Configure the proper DRS automation level based on a set of business requirements, Explain how DRS affinity rules effect virtual machine placement, Understand Network DRS, Differentiate load balancing policies, Describe Predictive DRS.

    Section 6: Back up and Recover a vSphere Deployment

    Configure and Administer vCenter Appliance Backup/Restore

    Configure vCSA File-based Backup and Restore, Define supported backup targets, Configure and Administer vCenter Data Protection,Deploy VDP Application Agents, Differentiate VMware Data Protection capabilities, Explain VMware Data Protection sizing guidelines, Create/Delete/Consolidate virtual machine snapshots, Install and Configure VMware Data Protection, Create a backup job with VMware Data Protection, Backup/Restore a virtual machine with VMware Data Protection

    Configure vSphere Replication

    Compare and contrast vSphere Replication compression methods, Configure recovery point objective (RPO) for a protected virtual machine, Manage snapshots on recovered virtual machines, Install/Configure/Upgrade vSphere Replication, Configure VMware Certificate Authority (VMCA) integration with vSphere Replication, Configure vSphere Replication for Single/Multiple VMs, Recover a VM using vSphere Replication, Perform a failback operation using vSphere Replication, Deploy a pair of vSphere Replication virtual appliances

    Section 7: Troubleshoot a vSphere Deployment

    Troubleshoot vCenter Server and ESXi Hosts

    Understand VCSA monitoring tool, Monitor status of the vCenter Server services, Perform basic maintenance of a vCenter Server database, Monitor status of ESXi management agents, Determine ESXi host stability issues and gather diagnostics information, Monitor ESXi system health, Locate and analyze vCenter Server and ESXi logs

    Determine appropriate commands for troubleshooting, Troubleshoot common issues, including:

    vCenter Server services, Identity Sources, vCenter Server connectivity, Virtual machine resource contention, configuration and operation, Platform Services Controller (PSC), Problems with installation, VMware Tools installation, Fault Tolerant network latency, KMS connectivity, vCenter Certification Authority

    Troubleshoot vSphere Storage and Networking

    Identify and isolate network and storage resource contention and latency issues, Verify network and storage configuration, Verify that a given virtual machine is configured with the correct network resources, Monitor/Troubleshoot Storage Distributed Resource Scheduler (SDRS) issues, Recognize the impact of network and storage I/O control configurations, Recognize a connectivity issue caused by a VLAN/PVLAN,

    Troubleshoot common issues with:

    Storage and network, Virtual switch and port group configuration, Physical network adapter configuration, VMFS metadata consistency

    Troubleshoot vSphere Upgrades and Migrations

    Collect upgrade diagnostic informationm, Recognize common upgrade and migration issues with vCenter Server and vCenter Server Appliance, Create/Locate VMware log bundles, Determine alternative methods to upgrade ESXi hosts in event of failure, Configure vCenter Server logging options

    Troubleshoot Virtual Machines

    Monitor CPU and memory usageMonitor CPU and memoryusage, Identify and isolate CPU and memory contention issues, Recognize impact of using CPU/memory limits, reservations and shares, Describe and differentiate critical performance metrics, Describe and differentiate common metrics, including:

    Memory, CPU, Network, Storage.

    Monitor performance through esxtop, Troubleshoot Enhanced vMotion Compatibility (EVC) issues, Compare and contrast Overview and Advanced Charts

    Troubleshoot HA and DRS Configurations and Fault Tolerance

    Troubleshoot issues with:

    DRS workload balancing, HA failover/redundancy, capacity and network configuration, HA/DRS cluster configuration, vMotion/Storage vMotion configuration and/or migration, Fault Tolerance configuration and failover issues

    Explain the DRS Resource Distribution Graph and Target/Current Host Load Deviation, Explain vMotion Resource Maps

    Section 8: Deploy and Customize ESXi Hosts

    Configure Auto Deploy for ESXi Hosts

    Describe the components and architecture of an Auto Deploy environment, Implement Host Profiles with an Auto Deploy of an ESXi host, Install and configure Auto Deploy, Deploy multiple ESXi hosts using Auto Deploy, Explain the Auto Deploy deployment model needed to meet a business requirement

    Create and Deploy Host Profiles

    Edit answer file to customize ESXi host settings, Modify and apply a storage path selection plugin (PSP) to a device using host profiles, Modify and apply switch configurations across multiple hosts using a Host Profile Create/Edit/Remove a Host Profile from an ESXi host, Import/Export a Host Profile, Attach and apply a Host Profile to ESXi hosts in a cluster, Perform compliance scanning and remediation of an ESXi hosts and clusters using Host Profiles, Enable or disable Host Profile components

    Section 9: Configure and Administer vSphere and vCenter Availability Solutions

    Configure vSphere HA Cluster Features

    Modify vSphere HA cluster settings, Configure a network for use with HA heartbeats, Apply an admission control policy for HA, Enable/disable vSphere HA settings, Configure different heartbeat datastores for an HA cluster, Apply virtual machine monitoring for a cluster, Configure Virtual Machine Component Protection (VMCP) settings, Implement vSphere HA on a vSAN cluster, Explain how vSphere HA communicates with Distributed, Resource Scheduler and Distributed Power Management

    Configure vCenter Server Appliance (VCSA) HA

    Enable and Configure vCSA HA, Understand and describe the architecture of vCSA HA

    Section 10: Administer and Manage vSphere Virtual Machines

    Create and Manage vSphere Virtual Machines and Templates

    Determine how using a shared USB device impacts the environment, Configure virtual machines for vGPUs, DirectPath I/O and SR-IOV, Configure virtual machines for multicore vCPUs, Differentiate virtual machine configuration settings, Interpret virtual machine configuration files (.vmx) settings, Enable/disable advanced virtual machine settings

    Create and Manage a Content Library

    Publish a content catalog, Subscribe to a published catalog, Determine which privileges are required to globally manage a content catalog, Compare the functionality of Automatic sync and On-Demand Sync, Configure Content Library to work across sites, Configure Content Library authentication, Set/configure Content Library roles, Add/remove Content Libraries

    Consolidate Physical Workloads using VMware vCenter Converter

    Install vCenter Converter standalone instance, Convert physical workloads using vCenter Converter, Modify server resources during conversion,Interpret and correct errors during conversion, Deploy a physical host as a virtual machine using vCenter Converter, Collect diagnostic information during conversion operation, Resize partitions during the conversion process, Determine which virtual disk format to us.

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