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Matching VMDKs to Windows drive letters using PowerCLI — Virtually Sober

Recently one of the largest Zerto customers (10,000 protected VMs) reached out to me asking for help. It was early Friday evening, I already had a beer open, so I thought why not? Using PowerCLI they needed to match VMDKs to Windows drive letters in order to mark them as SWAP disks in their VM…

via Matching VMDKs to Windows drive letters using PowerCLI — Virtually Sober

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