You have two Hyper-V hosts named Server1 and Server2 that run Windows Server 2016. Server1 and Server2
are connected to the same network.
On Server1 and Server2, you create an external network switch named Switch1.
You have the virtual machine shown in the following table.
All three virtual machines are connected to Switch1.
You need to prevent applications in VM3 from being able to capture network traffic from VM1 or VM2. The
solution must ensure that VM1 retains network connectivity.What should you do?
Configure network virtualization for VM1 and VM2.
Modify the subnet mask of VM1 and VM2.
On Server2, configure the VLAN ID setting of Switch1.
On Server2, create an external switch and connect VM3 to the switch.