I would like to generate a report of all the virtual machines I have registered on a System Center Virtual Machine Manager (SCVMM) instance that have Checkpoints. Hyper-V Checkpoints are not designed to stay around forever or be used as backups so keeping track of what Checkpoints are out there and keeping things clean is a good practice.
I'd like to use Powershell if possible to report for me what VMs have a Checkpoint count above 0.
Let me know if you have any questions or need any clarification. Thanks!
Forgotten snapshots and checkpoints can occupy valuable disk space. Often these snapshots were created before an application upgrade but then abandoned. I frequently run, the following
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