I have decided to expand on this post a little: https://www.remilner.co.uk/2017/02/22/powershell-list-all-hyper-v-virtual-machines-along-with-the-connected-switch/, which explains how to list all Hyper-V Virtual Machines along with the connected Virtual Switch. I ran into an issue today, where one of the Virtual Interfaces on my Cisco UCS had an issue and therefore required to flip all my Virtual Machines onto…
I would just like to say, that this is my own best practice – make sure you do some research elsewhere before you take this as gospel 🙂 . After recently setting up my only second new Cisco UCS, I thought I would share some of my experiences with the networking side of the Cisco UCS….
Here is a useful PowerShell script, that I have used and is fairly easy to figure, but as ever I like to make a note of it somewhere so this is a good a place as any. So my issue was initially that I wanted to find out which of my VM’s were connected to…
On my old blog, I previously posted this script which I haven’t used in a while but really needed this script to connect four Hyper-V hosts to some iSCSI storage. Doing the process manually would have taken me about an hour of work, and in the future if the hosts needed to be rebuilt then…