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Modifying a virtual failover client

After you set up the virtual failover client (VFC), you can modify some of the original settings, such disabling a VFC for restore, enabling or disabling verification reports, or changing the number of processors or amount of memory for the VFC. Use caution when modifying settings, as doing so can impact performance of the VFC and the appliance or hypervisor where it resides.