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How To: Disable Hotplug Devices in VMware via vSphere Client

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Applies to

  • Global File Cache (GFC)
  • VMware vSphere thick client (Downloaded); supported on ESXi 5.X (and below)

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Description

Using the vSphere Client to prevent Microsoft Windows from presenting Global File Cache drive as “removable”. This will also apply to the virtual network adapter.

 

 

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