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VMAN includes native VM management tools directly through the Orion Web Console to troubleshoot, manage VM status, manage snapshots, and more. Credentials entered at deployment connect the management tools to vCenter and Hyper-V native tools.

To access the tools, select a cluster, host, datastore, network, or VM in the Virtualization Assets environment tree. The details page opens with a Virtualization Manager Tools resource, providing different options based on the VM server type.

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If an option is not accessible, make sure that your account has the necessary permission levels. The availability of the options also depends on the current state of a virtual machine. For example, if the virtual machine is offline, the Power off VM option is not displayed.

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