denjoh44
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get-vm datastore

how find the datastore for a vm with the datacenter with the command powershell, get-vm, get-datastore, get -datacenter

thanks you for your help

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LucD
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LucD
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I'm not sure, I understand your question fully.

To get the datastore(s) on which a VM is located, you cna do.

Get-VM -Name MyVM | Get-Datastore

To get all the VMs in a datastore and show the datastore(s) they are on

Get-Datacenter -Name MyDC | Get-VM |

Select Name,@{N="Datastore";E={[string]::Join(',',(Get-Datastore -VM $_ | %{$_.Name}))}}

Or did you mean something completely different ?


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denjoh44
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Oh thanks you for this response

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