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Hyper-V Get Snapshot checkpoint file sizes on Cluster Shared Volumes with PowerShell

During a Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V Health Check I needed to know the snapshot file sizes for the all the snapshots on the Clustered Shared Volumes (CSVs). The Get-VMCheckpoint Cmdlet does not report the snapshot size. So I create a PowerShell one-liner that displays the following information: …

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Health Check your System Center Virtual Machine Server (SCVMM) 2012 environent with PowerShell

Last week I created a simple example of a HealtCheck PowerShell script that connects to Microsoft System Center Virtual Machine Manager and displays information about the Hyper-V hosts and VMs managed by this server. I run the PowerShell script from another Windows Server 2012 host. To make this …

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Identify NICs in Hyper-V 2012

In a Hyper-V cluster are normally a lot of NICs involved. Identifying the right can be challenging. It is important to consequently label your network adapters on all the servers in the Hyper-V cluster. In Windows Server 2012 there are PowerShell Cmdlets that can be used for identifying NICs. Once …

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