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VMWARE vCLI command to see SCSI bus sharing  type on the VM

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from a command line how can I tell this about a VM ??

thanks

SCSI bus sharing in the GUI what about command line ?
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Try this. Get-vm {vmname} | get-scsicontroller | FL

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get-vm {vmname} | Get-ScsiController | select bussharingmode

If all you care about is bus sharing.
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thanks and sorry for the delay
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