GUI Hyper-v Manager for Server 2012 core console using Powershell

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Replaces the non-existent Hyper-v Manager, vmconnect and mstsc for core server. Written in powershell it is an all GUI app to manage the VHOST and it's VM's

http://pshvm.codeplex.com/

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