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Powershell script to list all VM's on Hyper-V server (dont have VMM)

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I have a 3 mode Hyper-V Cluster and would like to list all VM's that are on it and ecport to a CSV, ideally with the Memory / HDD sizes but thats not essential, we dont have VMM

Is there a powershell script that can provide this

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