Scripting API in Windows Virtual PC for Advanced Operations

Windows Virtual PC (WVPC) brings scriptable API to Microsoft client virtualization product, and are very powerful tool in hands of power users and administrator to do some very cool things and achieve functionality which’s not obvious or possible from normal user interface. Here’re few examples: Deleting a Virtual Machine completely: WvPC provides a new and […]

Windows Virtual PC (WVPC) brings scriptable API to Microsoft client virtualization product, and are very powerful tool in hands of power users and administrator to do some very cool things and achieve functionality which’s not obvious or possible from normal user interface. Here’re few examples: Deleting a Virtual Machine completely: WvPC provides a new and unique console view for VM management. Here, VMs are represented as files (.vmcx) in VMs folder, which’s present at (%systemdrive%\Users\<user name>\Virtual Machines). Here you can see how many VMs are registered on your system, their state and create new VMs. Removing a VM is just deleting .vmcx file. But this doesn’t remove VM completely. Rather, it just unregisters VM, and virtual machine files’re still present on your system (in the folder %localappdata%\Microsoft\Windows Virtual PC\Vir.[…]

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