You can edit the properties of a virtual machine, including the virtual machine name and description, CPU and memory settings, and OVF environment settings.

You can review and change the name, description, and other general properties of a virtual machine.

You can change virtual machine hardware, such as CPU, memory, hard disks, disk-level storage policies, and NICs.

Guest OS customization on vCloud Director is optional for all platforms. It is required for VMs that must join a Windows domain.

Reservation pool virtual datacenters support the ability to control resource allocation at the virtual machine level. Users with the necessary rights can customize the amount of resources that are allocated to their virtual machines.

You can add hard disks, edit hard disks, and delete hard disk from a virtual machine.

You can modify virtual machine network settings, reset a MAC address, add a network interface, and delete a network interface.