PowerPack for VHD/VDI/VMDK Inventory

If you like myself have a bunch of virtual machine on your laptop you are going to love the Virtual Disk Inventory PowerPack which Kenneth Bell has just posted.

The pack quickly gives you a list of the VHD, VDI, and VMDK files you have on the computer, and for each machine provides information on the computer name and operating system:

Now if only this was integrated with the VMware and Hyper-V PowerPacks, as well as Virtu-Al’s masterpiece so I could actually start the machines and perform other actions with them… Anyone? 😉

1 Response to “PowerPack for VHD/VDI/VMDK Inventory”

  1. 1 Ravi April 13, 2010 at 11:49 am

    For Hyper-V, that piece is really easy. A while ago, I wrote a VBScript (http://www.ravichaganti.com/blog/?p=799) to find stale VHDs in a Hyper-V Virtual Infrastructure. I just need to do the reverse.


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