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Zerto Virtual Manager | Change Recovery VRA VM with powershell cmdlet

As a pre-requisite, you might need to download and install Zerto PowerShell Package from here


#Start here
clear
function LoadSnapin{
param($PSSnapinName)
if (!(Get-PSSnapin | where {$_.Name -eq $PSSnapinName})){
Add-pssnapin -name $PSSnapinName
}
}
# Loading snapins and modules
LoadSnapin -PSSnapinName "Zerto.PS.Commands"
clear
Write-host "Welcome to Zerto Powershell Script to change the Recovery VRA VMs one by one" -ForegroundColor Yellow
echo "################################ZERTO CMDLETS#####################################"
$ZVM =  read-host "Enter IP address of ZVM server "
Write-host "What is the full name of source host in vCenter Server? " -ForegroundColor yellow
$sourcehost = Read-host "Enter source host name "
Write-host "List of VMs is being extracted. Please bear with me." -ForegroundColor Green
Get-VMsReplicatingToHost -HostIp $sourcehost -ZVMIP $ZVM -ZVMPort 9080 -Username administrator -Password password

write-host "Which VM you want me to migrate? Select any VM in above list please  " -ForegroundColor Yellow
$VM = Read-Host "Enter VM Name "
Write-host "What is the full name of destination host in vCenter Server? " -ForegroundColor yellow
$desthost = Read-host "Enter destination host name "
Set-ChangeRecoveryHost -VMname $VM -CurrentTargetHost $sourcehost -NewTargetHost $desthost -ZVMIP $ZVM -ZVMport 9080 -username Administrator -password password -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue

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