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Advanced Disk Configuration: Setting the Virtual Device Node and Mode

Choose: VM > Settings > Hardware > Hard Disk > Advanced

Under Virtual device node you can select which SCSI or IDE device identifier to use for the drive. For example, if you select SCSI 0:2, the guest operating system sees the drive as ID 2 on controller 0. You determine whether the virtual disk is seen as a SCSI device or an IDE device at the time you create it.

Under Mode, you can set the following behavior for the disk:

Specifying a disk mode is useful in certain special-purpose configurations in which you want to exclude disks from the snapshot.

Normal disks are included in the snapshot. Independent disks are not included in the snapshot.

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