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If you know your environment will expand in the future, it is recommended to add hard disks larger than the 200GB FortiSandbox VM base license requirement and utilize Thin Provision when setting the OVF Template disk format. This will allow your environment to be expanded as required while not taking up more space in the SAN than is needed.
VMware ESXi originated as a compact version of VMware ESX that allowed for a smaller 32 MB disk footprint on the host. With a simple configuration console for mostly network configuration and remote based VMware Infrastructure Client Interface, this allows for more resources to be dedicated to the guest environments.
Threat and vulnerability management automatically and seamlessly identifies devices affected by the Log4j vulnerabilities and the associated risk in the environment and significantly reduces time-to-mitigate. Microsoft continues to iterate on these features based on the latest information from the threat landscape. This section will be updated as those new features become available for customers. 153554b96e