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how to identify host server running hyper-v

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i have a server thats noted its a virutal server. how can i find its host server which is giving out the hardware resources. i have 100s of servers and i dont want to go through them all to see the roles. is there a snap in that can detect which server is running hyper-v. i looked at the server list and checked out the ones with the largest memory capacity also.
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If the integration tools are installed information about the host should be available here:

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Virtual Machine\Guest\Parameters
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