Whether VMs support devices with USB 3.0 ports


Currently, FusionCloud desktop solution VMs support USB 2.0 and earlier versions. If the USB port on a PC or laptop is USB 3.0 or later, you need to replace it with a USB 2.0 port.

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Whether the virtualization software supports USB device encryption
For some VM applications, you need to insert a USB encryption device into the server that can be identified by the VM. FusionCompute supports the configuration of USB devices for VMs but the prerequisite is that these USB devices exist on the hardware server. There are two modes for USB devices: 1. USB device simulation 2. USB device pass-through Special USB devices (like encryption devices) are directly mapped to a VM, identified by the OS and applications, and configured by commands at the underlying layer. USB encryption devices are responsible for identifying other USB devices. They require dedicated drivers to work on a VM. After a VM is migrated to another host, any connected USB devices cannot be used.

Whether VM hibernation is supported
Before performing maintenance on the system, system administrators can force running VMs to hibernate. After maintenance is complete, system administrators can restart the VMs. This operation does not affect running programs or data on the VMs.

Whether VMs support custom templates
IP addresses cannot be customized at present. Host names can be customized when naming rules are created on the desktop O&M system. You need to specify three naming rules, only one of which can apply to each type of VM. After the naming rules have been created, the system automatically names assigned VMs.

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