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  • 04/26/2022
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Add Virtual Machine Templates

Step 1: Go to Configure > Virtual Machines

  1. Click on
    Configure
    in the top menu and select
    Virtual Machines
    .
    In the
    VM Templates
    tab, click on
    Add Virtual Machine Template
    .
  2. Name the new template and click on
    Next
    .
  3. Choose the OS details, like image type, OS type, version, and ISO file.
    Choose from a list of previously added Local ISO Images, Network Images, or Virtual Disk Images. See the Add Images section for detailed steps.
  4. Click on
    Next
    .
    Fill in resource allocation. The minimum values are listed below.
    Ubuntu Linux:
    • CPU: 2 Cores
    • Memory: 2048 MB
    • Storage: 20 GB
    Windows 10:
    • CPU: 2 Cores
    • Memory: 2048 MB
    • Storage: 32 GB
  5. Click on
    Next.
    In the next screen, you can select a vGPU from the list displayed.
    However, the vGPU list will not be displayed if it is not installed.
  6. Once a vGPU is selected, you can select the Display Mapping and choose the dedicated PCI and USB devices from the existing list, if needed, for your Virtual Machine.
    Display Mapping is disabled if the vGPU has not been selected. Select a vGPU to proceed with the display mapping or continue without specifying the display mapping, in which case the virtual machine template will not support the IDV feature.
  7. Click on
    Next
    .
    Choose the Firmware type and Network connection and then select
    Yes
    if you want to auto start the Virtual Machine on Host boot up. Else, select
    No.
    Network image installation is supported only on the Bridge network. Hence, Bridge network will be automatically selected if you choose Network image. However, the Network type can be changed after the installation.
    In case of proxy network, virtual machine created with NAT network should be configured with proxy to access the internet.
  8. Click on
    Next
    .
    Enter the
    Username
    and
    Password
    to create the Virtual Machine credentials.
    However, you cannot create a
    Username
    and
    Password
    for a Windows Virtual Machine.
  9. Click on
    Next
    .
    In this screen, you can review the details for the Virtual Machine being created and go back to previous steps to make changes, if needed.
  10. Click on
    Install
    .
    You will see a notification letting you know that a new Virtual Machine template is added.
  11. Once the Virtual Machine template is created, you can edit, delete, and view details about the template by clicking on
    Edit
    ,
    Delete,
    or
    View Details
    button in the
    VM Templates
    tab.

Product and Performance Information

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Performance varies by use, configuration and other factors. Learn more at www.Intel.com/PerformanceIndex.