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An administrator is using virtual machine encryption in their vSphere 6.5 environment. The Key Management
Server (KMS) has experienced a critical failure.
Which two statements are true about VM encryption when the KMS is not available? (Choose two.)

VMs will shut down gracefully in the event of a KMS outage as a proactive measure to prevent data theft.

VMs which were running at the time of the KMS failure will continue to run.

If an ESXi host is rebooted, it will be unable to power on encrypted VMs until KMS connectivity is restored.

vCenter Server will continue to distribute encryption keys as long as it is not rebooted while the KMS is

ESXi hosts within the same cluster will share keys with one another while the KMS is unreachable.

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