I have a USB hard drive plugged into a server running Windows Hyper-V-server, which in many respects is like Windows Server Core in that it has no GUI and no way to get to device manager. On a normal Windows PC the default for USB drives is for quick removal, and I'm assuming this is the same on the server. If it were plugged into my PC then I could use device manager to change this policy to "Better performance".
My question is this: on Windows Hyper-V-server or Windows Server-Core, how can I set a USB HD to "Better Performance" instead of "Quick removal"? (I already know how to safely eject using a third party tool.)