What are two valid default upgrade baselines included with vSphere Update Manager?

What are two valid default upgrade baselines included with vSphere Update Manager?
(Choose two)

A.
VMFS Upgrade to Match Host

B.
VMware Tools Upgrade to Match Host

C.
VA Upgrade to Latest

D.
Host Upgrade to Latest

Explanation:
vsphere-esxi-vcenter-server-50-upgrade-guide.pdf

2 Comments on “What are two valid default upgrade baselines included with vSphere Update Manager?

  1. Bill Card says:

    I agree with the chosen answers (“B. VMware Tools Upgrade to Match Host” and “C. VA Upgrade to Latest”) as being two valid default upgrade baselines included with vSphere Update Manager

    SOURCE:

    Working with Baselines and Baseline Groups
    http://pubs.vmware.com/vsphere-50/index.jsp?topic=/com.vmware.vsphere.update_manager.doc_50/GUID-9A0A487F-CE50-43A7-8ED8-7B78CEDBA850.html

    ” Update Manager includes two default dynamic patch baselines and three upgrade baselines.

    Critical Host Patches (Predefined)
    Checks ESX/ESXi hosts for compliance with all critical patches.

    Non-Critical Host Patches (Predefined)
    Checks ESX/ESXi hosts for compliance with all optional patches.

    —> VMware Tools Upgrade to Match Host (Predefined)
    Checks virtual machines for compliance with the latest VMware Tools
    version on the host. Update Manager supports upgrading of VMware Tools for virtual machines on hosts that are running ESX/ESXi 4.0 and later.

    VM Hardware Upgrade to Match Host (Predefined)
    Checks the virtual hardware of a virtual machine for compliance with the latest version supported by the host. Update Manager supports upgrading to virtual hardware version 8.0 on hosts that are running ESXi 5.x.

    —> VA Upgrade to Latest (Predefined)
    Checks virtual appliance compliance with the latest released virtual appliance version. “


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