. A. When you use the Set-NetIPAddress PowerShell cmdlet to reconfigure the IP address configuration of VM1 so that VM1 is in the same subnet as VM2, both can reach each other. VM1 and VM2 are distributed through two subnets, and when no router is configured to forward IP packets between them, they cannot
reach each other. When you change the Hyper-V switch Switch1 to a public switch, this changes nothing for VM1 and VM2; they are still in different subnets. When you change the VM1 IP address to 192.168.93.3/19, you move VM1 to the subnet 192.168.96.0. Configuring the Datacenter Firewall to allow traffic between
VM1 and VM2 is not the solution because they are still in different subnets.
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