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sVmotion

Few vms in our datastore were moved from one datastore to another I like to find the date.
I would appreciate if anyone help me.

It can be either a simple command or script.
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sara2000
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Richardson PortoSenior Infrastructure SpecialistCommented:
Here are two examples:

http://www.virtu-al.net/2012/09/20/vmotion-and-svmotion-details-with-powercli/
http://www.lucd.info/2013/03/31/get-the-vmotionsvmotion-history/

Another simple way is check the latest tasks for the virtual machine.
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sara2000Author Commented:
Get-Motionduration is not running in powercli.
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Richardson PortoSenior Infrastructure SpecialistCommented:
What error message you're getting ? And you have add/installed the function ?
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sara2000Author Commented:
I followed your first link and followed this
http://geekdav.blogspot.be/2013/05/powercli-list-vmotion-storage-vmotion.html
Worked on me.
Thanks
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