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VSC, VASA Provider, and SRA 9.7

Configure the VSC preferences files

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The preferences files contain settings that control Virtual Storage Console for VMware vSphere operations. Under most circumstances, you do not have to modify the settings in these files. It is helpful to know which preference files (VSC) uses.

VSC has several preference files. These files include entry keys and values that determine how VSC performs various operations. The following are some of the preference files that VSC uses:



You might have to modify the preferences files in certain situations. For example, if you use iSCSI or NFS and the subnet is different between your ESXi hosts and your storage system, you have to modify the preferences files. If you do not modify the settings in the preferences file, datastore provisioning fails because VSC cannot mount the datastore.