What is true about the inclusion of this driver in the image?

An administrator has purchased a new 10GB Converged Network Adapter (CNA) for installation in a system that is running ESXi 5.x. The administrator has downloaded the latest driver from the hardware vendor and wants to include the driver in an image. The image profile acceptance level is set to VMwareSupported. The acceptance level of the driver is PartnerSupported.

What is true about the inclusion of this driver in the image? (Choose two.)

A.
The driver will be included, but support calls will be directed to the partner.

B.
The image can be built, but the driver will not be included in the image.

C.
The image cannot be built.

D.
The driver will be included and support calls will be handled by VMware.

6 Comments on “What is true about the inclusion of this driver in the image?

  1. Ajay says:

    There can not be 2 choices for this question because image can not be created in such scenario.

    “The system expects that the acceptance level of the VIBs you add to the base image is at least as high as the
    level of the base image. Pass in the -AcceptanceLevel parameter to change the acceptance level of the image
    profile if you have to add a VIB with a lower acceptance level”

  2. Mohsin Alvi says:

    If you want to add a VIB to an image profile, and the VIB acceptance level is lower than the image profile acceptance level


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