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Home > Success Center > Virtualization Manager (VMAN) > VMAN Documentation > VMAN 8.2 Administrator Guide > Manage virtual machines from the Orion Web Console > Power off VM

Power off VM

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Created by Caroline Juszczak, last modified by MindTouch on Jun 23, 2016

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  1. In the Orion Web Console, go to the Details view of the virtual machine.
  2. In the Virtualization Manager Tools resource, click Power off VM.
  3. Click Yes to confirm.

Hiding the progress bar while the action is performed does not affect the action, and the virtual machine is powered off even when the progress bar is hidden.

The result of the management action is displayed in Home > Summary > Last 10 Audit events.

 
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