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Powershell reset vm to snapshot then poweron

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Hi,

I'm looking for a powershell command to reset a vm to a certain snapshot then power it on.

Please advise.
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$snapshot = Get-Snapshot –VM myVM –Name ”Target-Snapshot”
Set-VM –VM myVM –Snapshot $snapshot
Get-VM myVM | Start-VM –confirm:$false

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myVM is the virtual machine name
Target-Snapshot is the name of the snapshot to revert to.
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