troubleshooting Question

Start/Stop WVD via powershell

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I'm looking for a way to start Windows Virtual Desktop machines in Azure  via powershell
You can do a Invoke-RdsUserSessionLogoff -TenantName, a get-rdshostpool etc but there is nowhere to start or stop a sessiohost, also would like to not allow new sessions but haven't found that command either.

Please advise.
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