Moving Hyper-V Machine from NAS to SAN

We have a hyper-v server that VHDs, XML, Bin File run off each drive on the NAS  we are trying to migrate from the NAS to SAN. The issues we run into is that we cannot move the xml file or the bin we have had to recreate the virutal machine which has casued a lot problems we want to have a clean way of migrating these VMs. Doing an export will cause the vms to go dynamic we want fixed.
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Svet PaperovIT ManagerCommented:
You can use export/import procesude in Hyper-V Manager to move the VMs. It exports/imports the configuration files (XML), the VHD files and the snapshots, if you have any.

When import, select to create a copy of the VM files, otherwise the VHD will stay on the temporary location where they have been exported.

This is the only supported way.

The type of VHD does not change (dynamic/fixed) when then VM is exported/imported.

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You can also download the System Center Virtual Machine Manager evaluation and use it to move the VMs to new storage. It can do it with less downtime because it doesn't require actually shutting down the VM. VM is down for maybe 1-2 minutes in my experience.
Jryals8900Author Commented:
Is there a way to export multiple from a powershell script?
Is there anyway to donwload all settings for hyperv for powershell?
I am sure there is, since everything SCVMM does is through powershell. That said, I don't know native powershell, so I can't help with that.
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