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haabdul  2020-11-26 09:10:22 PST
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stevio54  2020-11-25 09:54:27 PST
Umm why did the original poster delete the message, if it was a legit question with an answer, it could have helped others...
matt.crognale  2020-11-25 06:49:02 PST
I brought up a similar topic during VMware's CTAB session earlier in the year. One of the suggested ideas was around getting that data into vROPS as new class of dashboard. It's a solid idea and I know people are already looking at it. :slightly_smiling_face:
daniel.niccoli  2020-11-25 06:37:08 PST
Oops, you already replied, when I just found the solution :S I solved it this way: $vm | New-AdvancedSetting -Name "tools.guest.desktop.autolock" -Value "true" -Confirm:$false -Force
mgustafsson  2020-11-25 06:33:12 PST
```$spec = New-Object VMware.Vim.VirtualMachineConfigSpec $spec.GuestAutoLockEnabled = $true $_this = Get-View -Id 'VirtualMachine-vm-16451' $_this.ReconfigVM_Task($spec)```
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