VMM ReproVMM 2012 SP1 and R2 - Data collection
SCOtrace - Orchestrator TracingAutomated data collection for SCO
Unsupported Cluster ConfigurationScript and post
VMM State Recovery ToolRepair Database state errors
SC 2012 VMM CAFirst line of defense in troubleshooting
Orchestrator Text Manipulation
VMM Networking Poster Illustrates networking for VMM 2012 SP1
VMM 2012 Technical Documentation, including Step-by Step Guides
VMM 2012 Official Cmdlet Reference
VMM 2012 TechNet Launchpad
VMM 2012 PowerShell Cheat Sheet
VMM 2008 PowerShell Cheat Sheet
2008 R2 Guides and Reference Downloads!
VMM 2008 Interactive Decision Flow
Manage and Automate
VMM SCO SMA WAP - Solutions and Guidance
If you've opened the VMM 2012 SP1 PowerShell console and performed a command to get help on cmdlets, you may be in for a surprise. Examples are not included out of the box, and there were tons of great examples in VMM 2008 R2. The syntax below should, but does not, output all help including example use.
get-help <cmdlet-name> -full
There is a simple way of resolving this issue. Open the ‘Virtual Machine Manager Command Shell’ located in Start. Open this elevated as administrator. Now type the following and updated help will be available.
When this is done you can use a non-elevated VMM PowerShell and updated help will be available.
There is a new post on the Download Center of networking in Virtual Machine Manager. It’s a bit intimidating posting this official poster right after my own attempts (see my previous post), but they all offer different ways of depicting the same abstract ideas. Pull down a copy of the post and use it for reference when you just can’t seem to put the pieces together. Enjoy!