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Category: Virtual Machine Manager

In your Hyper-V environment, you might have 1 server or a few hundred servers. When it comes to managing this, manual work is bit of a cumbersome task, especially when you need to firstly check things or set something across them all. This is where PowerShell comes in to play. You can update pretty much […]

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In your environment where you manage the Hyper-V/VMM section or work with it, you might come across times when you cannot update a Virtual Machine or change it’s properties because the Owner who managed it has left and the account was deleted and now you have an “S-XXX-XX” account listed next to the owner. Another […]

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When working with a large number of Servers in your environment, updating fields manually just takes too long firstly and has room for error. As mentioned previously, using PowerShell to perform these functions makes your life a whole lot easier and less stressful. I created a PowerShell script to read a CSV file and update […]

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In your environment running Hyper-V and Virtual Machine Manager, you might come across a request for having Custom Properties on a Virtual Machine. This might be for reporting purposes like having an owner field or a customer field so you can easily identify the Virtual Machine. It is rather easy to create a Custom Property […]

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