A company has data centers in Seattle and New York. A high-speed link connects the data centers. Each data center runs a virtualization infrastructure that uses Hyper-V Server 2012 and Hyper-V Server 2012 R2. Administrative users from the Seattle and New York offices are members of Active Directory Domain Services groups named SeattleAdmins and NewYorkAdmins, respectively. You deploy one System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) in the Seattle data center. You create two private clouds named SeattleCloud and NewYorkCloud in the Seattle and New York data centers, respectively. You have the following requirements: ✑ Administrators from each data center must be able to manage the virtual machines and services from their location by using a web portal. ✑ Administrators must not apply new resource quotas or change resource quotas. You must manage public clouds by using the existing SCVMM server. ✑ You must use the minimum permissions required to perform the administrative tasks. You need to configure the environment. What should you do?

A. For both the Seattle and New York admin groups, create a User Role and assign it to the Application Administrator profile. Add the Seattle and New York private clouds to the corresponding User Role.
B. For both the Seattle and New York admin groups, create a User Role and assign it to the Delegated Administrator profile. Add the Seattle and New York private clouds to the corresponding User Role.
C. For both the Seattle and New York admin groups, create a User Role and assign it to the Tennant Administrator profile. Add the Seattle and New York private clouds to the corresponding User Role.
D. Add both SeattleAdmins and NewYorkAdmins to the Local Administrators group of each Hyper-V host in Seattle and New York, respectively.
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