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I installed VMtools and noticed that VMtools iso is still mounted on several VMs. Is there any way to unmount it all in one go instead of going one at a time?
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Use the following PowerCLI command: Get-VM | Get-CDDrive | Where { $_.IsoPath } | Set-CDDrive -NoMedia -Confirm:$false

For additional details see: http://foonet.be/2012/03/21/powercli-one-liner-remove-the-vmware-tools-mounted-iso/
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