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An administrator cannot enable multi-processor Fault Tolerance (SMP-FT) for a virtual machine.
Which are two possible causes for this? (Choose two.)

A.
The virtual machine is running on a vSAN datastore.

B.
The Fault Tolerance network is using a 10Gbit uplink.

C.
The virtual machine has 6 vCPUs assigned.

D.
The virtual machine has a 1TB VMDK attached.

E.
The virtual machine has snapshots present.

Explanation:
The following vSphere features are not supported for fault tolerant virtual machines.
Snapshots. Snapshots must be removed or committed before Fault Tolerance can be enabled on a virtual
machine. In addition, it is not possible to take snapshots of virtual machines on which Fault Tolerance is
enabled.
Licensing
The number of vCPUs supported by a single fault tolerant VM is limited by the level of licensing that you have
purchased for vSphere. Fault Tolerance is supported as follows:
vSphere Standard and Enterprise. Allows up to 2 vCPUs
vSphere Enterprise Plus. Allows up to 4 vCPUs
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