I don't know for sure what gets wiped when you do a reset settings in CIMC, but I can guess that it will not be vmware specific settings. I.e., #1 and #3 are invalid questions, because CIMC cannot "reconfigure" ESXi. More than likely, if you reset CIMC, it will just reset CIMC only. Bare in mind that CIMC is not even necessary or required to run the system, so resetting it will likely not really do anything.
If you are trying to wipe the system clean, you'll need to use some tool to erase the drives, else a drive recover process/tool would still be able to read the data. At least, I'm told, I've never actually done that myself.
If you are trying to simply repurpose the server, just install the new OS and continue on from there. It will format the hard drives and start over.
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