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In the "custom_vms" folder I can see the name of the available virtual machines. Can I change the internal settings inside each ".vm" file?
We have inserted an internal CRC to avoid people changing the settings inside the .vm files. We normally deliver 3 files for each specific VM architecture. For example, the TIGER architecture contains: "Tiger white", "Tiger red" and "Tiger Black".
The "white" edition decreases the protection but increases the speed in execution.
The "red" edition is balanced between protection and speed.
The "black" edition offers more security but decreases the speed in execution.
Basically, you don't need to edit the .vm files because you normally have those files ready (for better speed or protection) in the "white, red and black" editions. If you change those settings by yourself, you could create a VM with very low protection, which is not recommended, or a VM highly complex but with very low performance (and really big in size)
Anyway, if for a special reason you need to change the VM internal settings we can let you know how to proceed.