troubleshooting Question

How do I know whether the server is Physical server or VM server?

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VirtualizationWindows 10Windows Server 2016Windows Server 2019
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Hi,

This is in Windows 10, Office 365, Server 2016 and Server 2019 environment.

I have most of the NAMES of the servers in the network. The GOAL: I want to know whether the servers are PHYSICAL servers or VM (Virtual Machine) servers.

I want to RDP to the servers: Question#1: Would I have to RDP to EACH of the servers for the above goal? Or just a few of them? ( please explain a little bit with your answer)
 
I heard that I can use the powershell. Question#2:: Somebody would explain how to do it please.

Thanks,
Tjie
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