When configuring the Oracle Connection to work remotely with vCenter Server, which of the following is required (Choose Two)?
The tnsnames.ora file must be edited with the managed host name
The TNS Service Name option must be configured in the ODBC DSN
Use the Net8 Configuration Utility to add the service name
Add the entry open_cursors = 300 to the C:.ora file
Configure an Oracle Connection for Local Access
VMware recommends that the vCenter Server database be located on the same system as vCenter Server.
2. Configure the TNS Service Name option in the ODBC DSN. The TNS Service Name is the net service name for the database to which you want to connect. You can find the net service name in the tnsnames.ora file located in the NETWORKADMIN folder in the Oracle database installation location.
Configure an Oracle Connection for Remote Access
A vCenter Server system can access the database remotely.
6. Use a text editor or the Net8 Configuration Assistant to edit the tnsnames.ora file located in the directory C:OracleOraxxNETWORKADMIN, where xx is either 10g or 11g. Add the following entry, where HOST is the managed host to which the client must connect.