Determining when a VM was last paused, when on a WS2012 host?

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  • Mr Davo

    [SIZE=14px]Hi Everyone,[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=14px]I am using Windows Server 2012 Standard at my work. Within WS2012 I have a the Hyper-V role enabled, and I am running a number of Virtual Machines.[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=14px]Recently one of the VMs entered the ‘Paused’ state without my intervention. I am now trying to work out how to determine the time that the VM became paused. I figure that there is probably an entry in the Event Viewer logs on the Server, however I am not having any luck finding the entry (assuming that it does exist).[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=14px]How does one go about determining when a VM was last paused / restarted / started / stopped / etc?[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=14px]Any help here will be greatly appreciated.[/SIZE]
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    [SIZE=14px]Kind Regads,[/SIZE]
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