A. VMM contains a number of PowerShell cmdlets, including the Get-VM cmdlet, which gathers a huge amount of information about each VM, including its status. You can use the format-table cmdlet to show only specific information, such as VMs' names and status, as shown below.

The command

get-vm | format-table ComputerNameString, Status -auto

gives me

ComputerNameString Status
------------------ ------
SAVDALDC11.savilltech.net Running
savdalclient.savilltech.net Running
savdaldc10.savilltech.net Running
savdalwss10.savilltech.net Running
savdalscvmm.savilltech.net Running
savdalts01.savilltech.net Running
SAVDALRODC01.savilltech.net Running
savdalex01.savilltech.net Running

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