8. Mount the floppy disk on the target virtual machine.
9. Open the A: drive on the destination virtual machine to access the files that you wanted to transfer.
It would be great to see the PowerShell cmdlets needed to do all the above.
The basics are:
New-VFD -p C:\vms\foo.vfd
Set-VMFloppyDiskDrive -Path F:\vhd\dc1.vfd -VMName 'Foo'
What I don't yet know how to do is to format the floppy and to copy files to it from a host.
Thanks for sharing. We can also leveraging SCSI controller which supports Hot Plug. It's documented here.
Hyper-V: Configure a virtual machine with a SCSI controller to be able to hot plug and hot unplug storage
Thus we can create a vhd/vhdx file, mount it and copy more files. :)
With Hyper-V 3.0, these steps can be fully automated.