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Now that you have walked through the basics of deploying Hyper-V, creating virtual machines and managing these virtual machines, let’s explore how you can automate many of these activities with PowerShell.
You get something like this:
Get-Help. For instance running the following command returns information about the
The output shows you how to structure the command, what the required and optional parameters are, and the aliases that you can use.
Get-VM command to return a list of virtual machines.
This displays something like this:
Get-VMcommand. A filter can be added by using the
Where-Objectcommand. For more information on filtering see the Using the Where-Object documentation.
To create a checkpoint using PowerShell, select the virtual machine using the
Get-VM command and pipe this to the
Checkpoint-VM command. Finally give the checkpoint a name using
-SnapshotName. The complete command looks like the following:
The following example shows how to create a new virtual machine in the PowerShell Integrated Scripting Environment (ISE). This is a simple example and could be expanded on to include additional PowerShell features and more advanced VM deployments.
This document has shown some simple steps to explorer the Hyper-V PowerShell module as well as some sample scenarios. For more information on the Hyper-V PowerShell module, see the Hyper-V Cmdlets in Windows PowerShell reference.