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  • Add Custom Fields to VI Client with PowerShell

    Hugo Peeters recently posted an article with some ready-made scripts to add useful information to your VI client including: Snapshot Count, Total Snaphot Size, Host Hardware Model, Host ESX Version and Host LUN Count. To get the details go here: http://www.peetersonline.nl/index.php/vmware/add-custom...
    Posted to Using VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 12-22-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, VMWare
  • VMware PowerShell HealthCheck Script

    This article offers a PowerShell solution for reporting on VMware snapshots, VMware tools version, data-store space, CDROM and/or floppy drives connected and other information. This solution creates an HTML page and emails the output to a person or distribution list. Here is the link: http://www.ivobeerens...
    Posted to Using VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 12-22-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, VMWare
  • Call VIX more easily from .NET (plus PowerShell goodness)

    A lot of great new VIX stuff is coming up from all over, this time it's Daniel Doubrovkine on the VIX community telling us about a library he's created that makes calling VIX from .NET really easy. This article shows how to call the library with PowerShell. Read more
    Posted to VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 01-14-2009
    Filed under: PowerShell, VMWare
  • Handling VMware Virtual Adapters in Vista/2008 with PowerShell

    MVP Oisin Grehan has created a nice PowerShell script that scans the computer's network adapters for VMware’s virtual network interface cards and makes the necessary registry changes. The script will also disable/enable cycle the adapters so that the changes take effect without having to reboot...
    Posted to VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 01-21-2009
    Filed under: PowerShell, VMWare, Virtual Network Adapters
  • Check VMware Configuration with PowerShell

    Hugo Peters has posted a script that generates an overview of any items that are not available to every ESX server in a VMware cluster. These items might prevent your vm’s being vmotioned by Dynamic Resource Scheduling (DRS) or restarted by VMware High Availability (HA). Read more
    Posted to VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 01-26-2009
    Filed under: VMWare, High Availability
  • Manage VMware with PowerShell - a video from VMworld Europe

    By Vladan SEGET It has been taken at VMworld 2009 in Cannes and it’s about how-to manage VMware with PowerShell. VMware ESX Serve environements get complex very quickly. Only automation can solve this. VMware’s free VI Toolkit (for Windows) is the best ... Read More
    Posted to VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 03-09-2009
    Filed under: VMWare, ESX
  • Veeam PowerShell Extensions Example

    By Doug Hazelman I decided to write this simple example of how to use some basic functions of the Veeam PowerShell Extensions. This is by no means comprehensive, just an idea of some of the things that can be done if you don't have time to install Veeam ... Read More
    Posted to VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 03-29-2009
    Filed under: VMWare, Veeam, Veeam Reporter
  • Location based printing script

    Normal 0 false false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Im a new VMware View Admin and Im having an issue with location based printing. It is not consistently working and instead of spinning my wheels on that I want to try and write a script that runs at every startup or login and either maps a printer...
    Posted to PowerShell for Windows (Forum) by AFlowers on 02-16-2013
    Filed under: Location based, Vmware View, printing, Vmware
  • Managing VMWare using PowerShell

    VMWare Communities Wiki has a document with frequently asked questions about managing VMWare with PowerShell. You can view or contribute at the following link: http://communities.vmware.com/docs/DOC-4210
    Posted to Using VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 12-12-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, VMWare
  • Top 10 PowerShell Scripts that VMware Administrators Should Use

    Eric Siebert has publish a list of useful scripts for managing VMware using VI Toolit. Go here to see the list: http://www.virtual-strategy.com/Eric-Siebert-s-Top-10/Top-10-PowerShell-scripts-that-VMware-administrators-should-use.html
    Posted to Using VMware (Forum) by ps2 on 12-16-2008
    Filed under: PowerShell, VMWare, VI Toolkit
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