The Virtual Machine Management component lets you manage the virtual resources of your network.
See About Virtual Machine Management.
See About Virtual Machine Management tasks.
See About Virtual Machine Management home page.
Table: What you can do with the Virtual Machine Management component
Create virtual machine
You can create virtual machines manually or with the Create Virtual Machine wizard.
See Creating a virtual machine.
Create virtual disk
You can create virtual disks for the virtual machines that you create.
See Creating a virtual disk.
Create virtual network
You can create virtual network for the virtual machine. Each virtual machine requires a virtual network to connect to the host.
See Creating a virtual network.
Run power management tasks on virtual machines
You can change the power state of your virtual machines.
See Starting and stopping a virtual machine .
See Suspending and resuming a virtual machine.
See Shutting down and restarting a virtual machine.
Create snapshot of a virtual machine
You can create snapshots to preserve certain states of your virtual machines.
See Creating a snapshot.
Revert snapshot of a virtual machine
You can use the revert snapshot option to restore a previously saved state of a virtual machine.
See Reverting a snapshot.
Delete snapshot of a virtual machine
You can use the delete snapshot option to delete a snapshot with the latest creation date.
See Deleting a snapshot.
Collect inventory of the virtual environment
You can collect the inventory data of the hosts and their virtual environment.
See Gathering inventory on the host.
View Virtual Machine Management reports
You can view the details of the host and its virtual environment.
See Viewing Virtual Machine Management reports.
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