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  1. klutch14u
    klutch14u at |

    Can’t get this to run, at all. Just kicks me back to the prompt in PS like I didn’t do anything

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  2. Ron
    Ron at |

    Are you sure disabling CBT, taking a snapshot, deleting a snapshot, and re-enabling CBT clears the corrupted CBT data on a running VM? VMware’s KB article wants us to power down the VM first.

    http://kb.vmware.com/selfservice/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&docTypeID=DT_KB_1_1&externalId=2139574

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  3. Ron
    Ron at |

    Is there a way to see which VMs have corrupted CBT data? Was it 100% fail rate for all VMs on 6.0 using CBT, or did the bug randomly affect only some VMs?

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  4. Viktor
    Viktor at |

    PowerCLI v5.8. Verified – can connect to vCenter, run build in commands.
    Reset-CBT does not do anything, just returns to the prompt.

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