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Hi All,
Need a hlep.
Acutually in our envirnment we do have a Windows 2008 server,has Hyper-V.i wanted to know how to start the Hyper-V virtual Guest from the command propmt.

I mean like start-shutdown-turnoff .all are from the comamnd Propmt.

Do we any command to intiate the same..can some please on this ..
all bneeds to be done remotely..
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Hyper-V can be managed by using PowerShell cmdlets and not in Command Prompt.

Starting with Windows 2008 Microsoft moves all management stuff from cmd and GUI to PS. One of the advantages are the remote execution of PS and, hence, the remote management.

Here are the list of Hyper-V PS cmdlets:

http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/hh848559.aspx
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