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A simple way to manage Hyper-V checkpoints?

I am racking my brain over the complicated style Hyper-V utilizes checkpoints.
I just want to be able to delete all checkpoints for a vm so I can expand the hard disk, but I do not see any simple way of achieving this.
Turning off the vm still leaves the message under Settings informing you that you cannot edit the Hard Disk because there are checkpoints existing.
I cannot delete the checkpoints from their location because Hyper-V is running my other VMs.

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