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Monthly Archives: April 2016

Killing a Hung VM in Task Manager (Another PowerShell command)

This is another command of how to kill a Hung VM by identify the Process ID using PowerShell command : For Windows 2012 Get-WmiObject -Namespace rootvirtualization -class msvm_computersystem | select elementname, operationalstatus, processid, name| ft –auto For Window 2012 R2 Get-WmiObject -Namespace rootvirtualizationv2 -class msvm_computersystem | select elementname, operationalstatus, processid, name| ft –auto Once the […]

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Killing a Hung VM in Task Manager (Another PowerShell command)

This is another command of how to kill a Hung VM by identify the Process ID using PowerShell command : For Windows 2012 Get-WmiObject -Namespace rootvirtualization -class msvm_computersystem | select elementname, operationalstatus, processid, name| ft –auto For Window 2012 R2 Get-WmiObject -Namespace rootvirtualizationv2 -class msvm_computersystem | select elementname, operationalstatus, processid, name| ft –auto Once the […]

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Killing a Hung VM in Task Manager

Sometimes the VM we tried to stop hangs.  So in order to kill the process using the Task Manager, we can end process of VMWP.exe.  But the next question is which one.  Each VM has a unique Process ID. Therefore, I launch the elevated Powershell by executing the following command below Get-WmiObject win32_process -Filter “Name […]

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Killing a Hung VM in Task Manager

Sometimes the VM we tried to stop hangs.  So in order to kill the process using the Task Manager, we can end process of VMWP.exe.  But the next question is which one.  Each VM has a unique Process ID. Therefore, I launch the elevated Powershell by executing the following command below Get-WmiObject win32_process -Filter “Name […]

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