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Easiest way to see a list of any machines with snapshots without checking one by one in vmware?

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Easiest way to see a list of any machines with snapshots without checking one by one in vmware?
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Use the RVTools, that is a free tool very good to check your VMware environment, including VMs with snapshots. You can download RVTools from here: http://www.robware.net/
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Create an alarm, in vCenter Server, you will then get an email, when a VM has a snapshot, and you can specify if the snapshot is over a certain size.

if you have a budget, this product is very good

Snapwatcher

http://try.opvizor.com/snapwatcher/
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