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Set Custom Properties to Virtual Machines with Powershell
Posted in Virtual Machine Manager, Windows Powershell | No Comment | 3,874 views | 16/05/2009 19:42

Today, i needed to set custom properties to virtual machines. If you saw my VMList script before, I was listing only vm names and operating systems. But today I needed to add IP Address and Vlan ID to that script. But How can I set custom properties to Virtual Machines? It’s really easy.

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$strVMName = "VM5051"
$strVlanValue = "VLAN786" 
$strCIDR = "192.168.2.0/24" 
Set-Vm -VM $strVMName -Custom1 $strVlanValue -Custom2 $strCIDR

You can use Set-VM command when you deploy new machines.



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