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From a VM object at VM level, see all groups it's a part of
I have a VM that I'm trying to test policies on. It is also part of another policy that has a very large subset of scoped vms, named with a sequence of letters and numbers. It's not easy to determine which group it is, and remove it from that group during testing. There are many other applications where I'd want to know what groups a vm is a part of
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