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You create a new virtual disk in a storage pool by using the New Virtual Disk Wizard. You discover that the new virtual disk has a write-back cache of 1 GB.
You need to ensure that the virtual disk has a write-back cache of 5 GB.
What should you do?

A. Detach the virtual disk, and then run the Resize-VirtualDisk cmdlet.

B. Detach the virtual disk, and then run the Set-VirtualDisk cmdlet.

C. Delete the virtual disk, and then run the New-StorageSubSystemVirtualDisk cmdlet.

D. Delete the virtual disk, and then run the New-VirtualDisk cmdlet.

Explanation:
So what about changing the cache size? Well, you can’t modify the cache size, but you can specify it at the time that you create a new virtual hard disk. In order to
do so, you have to use Windows PowerShell.
New-VirtualDisk StoragePoolFriendlyName "<storage pool name>" FriendlyName "<v
Reference: Using Windows Server 2012’s SSD Write-Back Cache

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