A vSAN administrator has reported a security vulnerability to the security officer of the organization. Currently, the vSAN cluster runs on vSAN 7.0. The administrator suggests patching the vSAN cluster and gets approval from the security officer to apply the latest patch for vSAN.
The administrator uses vSphere Lifecycle Manager to apply the patch to the current image. The organization requirements state that patches should be installed as fast as possible on the hosts.
Which configuration should the administrator apply to complete this installation?
The correct configuration that the administrator should apply to complete this installation is C. According to the VMware vSphere Lifecycle Manager Administration Guide , the quick boot setting in the host remediation settings for the images should be enabled in order to quickly apply the patch to the hosts. Quick boot is a feature that allows the host to restart with minimal downtime, and it allows the patch to be applied faster than if the host had to be restarted from the beginning. Disabling the hardware compatibility check and disabling HA admission control are not necessary and will not speed up the patching process.
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