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20.10. Status monitoring

You can use the Virtual Machine Manager to modify the virtual system Status monitoring.
To configure Status monitoring, and enable Consoles:
  1. From the Edit menu, select Preferences .
    Modifying guest preferences
    Figure 20.29. Modifying guest preferences

    The Virtual Machine Manager Preferences window appears.
  2. From the Status monitoring area selection box, specify the time (in seconds) that you want the system to update.
    Configuring status monitoring
    Figure 20.30. Configuring status monitoring

  3. From the Consoles area, specify how to open a console and specify an input device.

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