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Pinning .vhdx file to SSD tier in Storage Spaces 2012 R2

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Hi,

I'm trying to get the script that i can run to manually pin a specific vhdx file in the SSD tier on Windows Server 2012 R2 storage spaces server. It's a two node scale out file server cluster with 3 JBOD config. can someone please help me find this?

1. PowerShell script to pin specified VM (.vhdx) file to SSD tier
2. Script to confirm/or show the file is actually in the SSD tier.

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The following section "How to map files consistently to a storage tier" on this link should answer your question: http://www.miru.ch/creating-tiered-storage-spaces-in-server-2012-r2/
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Thank you NetFlo!
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