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Is there a way to find out  the the VMs that are connected to a specific Network and not connected (Internal switch).
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RV Tools from here

http://www.robware.net/

will list all the configurations of the virtual machines, connected to a vSwitch and Virtual Machine Portgroup.

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But if you have vCenter Server, and select Inventory > Networking, this will also show all the VMs, connected to the various virtual machine portgroups.

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Thanks that helps!
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