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PowerCli to List VMs configured for Fault Tolerance

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PowerCli to List VMs configured for Fault Tolerance
I am trying to find a Powercli command to retrieve Vms that have Fault Tolerance turned on

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Andrew Hancock (VMware vExpert / EE MVE^2) earned 500 total points
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You could try the script which is listed in this article

http://markvcp.blogspot.co.uk/2010/11/powercli-one-liner-for-finding-fault.html

http://vniklas.djungeln.se/2012/02/25/vmware-vsphere-ft-fault-tolerance-function-for-powercli/

Do you have many ?

The icon changes when you have them enabled for FT.

and if you not into PowerCLI, ypou can always use RVTools

http://www.robware.net/
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I will try that later.
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