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Logan Adams
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Powershell Script To Change NIC Label Based On Location



Right-click the gray pane labeled Disk 1, and then select Properties. Note the value of Location and look it up in the tables in Map disk devices to device names. For example, the following disk has the location Bus Number 0, Target Id 9, LUN 0. According to the table for EBS volumes, the device name for this location is xvdj.




Powershell script to change NIC label based on location



well, i am not really a PowerCLI guy, but AFAIK, so cant tell how exactly it can be done. As far as I remember PowerShell should have Invoke-SSH cmdlet, so, may be, you can pack all you do over SSH into a powershell script? Let me know if you figure it out at some point, i am also interested.


From the logic point of view, you cant change IP address without a network outage. You can invoke command to a VM even without networking from the Hyper-V host, see -us/virtualization/hyper-v-on-windows/user-guide/powershell-direct


To use the xe.exe command, open a Windows Command Prompt and change directories to the directory where the xe.exe file is located (typically C:\Program Files\Citrix\XenCenter). If you add the xe.exe installation location to your system path, you can use the command without having to change into the directory.


Clone an existing VM, using storage-level fast disk clone operation where available. Specify the name and the optional description for the resulting cloned VM using the new-name-label and new-name-description arguments.


In this topic we will see how to create and set a Virtual Machine from PowerShell. The scripts presented are examples. They can be changed, modified and improved regarding your needs. They are here for explanation.


Please note that the PowerShell script outlined above is for a basic VM. There might be other important details that need to be included in the renamed virtual machine. Because some settings can only be set during the creation so these must be carefully considered too before running the script.A couple of examples where careful planning is required, Availability Set to which the VM can be added only when the VM is created, however, you can change the Availability Set for an Azure VM using Azure PowerShell as described here, another example is if the VM is attached to a load balancer, attached to an Azure Application Gateway, or protected with Azure Backup.


In the classic Control Panel, the network type for active network connections is displayed here: Control Panel -> All Control Panel Items -> Network and Sharing Center. But, we cannot change the assigned network location from there.


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