What are two valid considerations for this installation?

An administrator is installing a Windows Server operating system into a virtual machine on an ESXi 5.x host. The virtual machine will use the VMware Paravirtual SCSI (PVSCSI) adapter.

What are two valid considerations for this installation? (Choose two.)

The adapter should be used only with the data virtual disk.

The guest operating system can be any Windows operating system that supports paravirtualization.

The adapter can be used with the operating system and data virtual disk.

The guest operating system must be Windows 2003 or 2008.

9 Comments on “What are two valid considerations for this installation?

  1. dzemboc77 says:

    Wouldn’t B also be correct since Any windows system that supports paravirualization would be Windows 2003 and 2008 ?


  2. Kav says:

    Ah! I get it now they try to catch you out
    The reason B is wrong compared to D is because it says ANY operating system.
    ~The question however states that an Administrator is installing a windows SERVER OS.

    Hence D) is the better answer


  3. Ed says:
  4. Rich says:

    Technically D is incorrect, regardless of what the documentation says. VMware Paravirtual SCSI (PVSCSI) adapters are supported on Windows Server 2003 R2 and Windows Server 2008 R2 which are not listed in answer D. So despite the fact that D is probably the answer VMWare is looking for, B is really the correct answer.



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