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Convert a bunch of VHD files to VHDX

Here’s how to convert a bunch of VHD files in a directory to VHDX. The actual conversion process uses the Convert-VHD cmdlet so you need to be on Windows 8 or Windows Server 2012.

I am storing all the VHDX files at “C:\Hyper-V\Virtual Hard Disks” which is why I put the path there. If you’d rather put the VHDX files in the same location as the VHD files use the following instead:

Note to self: If you convert the objects returned by Get-Item to string (by doing $_) you get the file name with the full path (this is equivalent to $_.FullName). If you want just the file name, use $_.Name. If you want the file name only, without the extension, use $_.BaseName; and if you want the extension only but not the file name use $_.Extension.

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