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Tag Archives: powercli
Sample Question Intro HOL: HOL-1706-SDC-3 – Security Concepts in the Software Defined Data Center Prerequisites: None Lab: Module 3 : Automating Password Complexity for ESXi Users. Question 11 The Administration team has requested a PowerCLI script to update all ESXi … Continue reading
I found myself in need of changing a network setting on a bunch of vCD vApps. The setting in question (“Retain IP/MAC Resources” in the GUI, “RetainNetInfoAcrossDeployments” from the API) causes the vApp to retain it’s assigned IP (apparently by retaining … Continue reading
There is a list of “View PowerCLI Cmdlet Parameters” in the View documentation but while they are very useful when you have a cmdlet you are trying to run, the descriptions listed in the doc do not include which cmdlets … Continue reading
In the 8am PowerCLI session at Vmworld we were treated to PowerCLI on a Mac via the Web Client. The Windows domination of VMware management is almost over! Thanks Alan for the preview!
Part 1 So I wanted to do some checks to a VM in my environment, but I realized there were a few issues – was the vm on? Was the guest responding? Could I make WMI calls? Turned out RPC … Continue reading
KeyNote (wow, any ThinApp app to any device via HTML5?) – Performance Metrics – Memory optimization – Lunch PowerCLI – HandsOnLabs – Partner Event – HandOnLabs
Get-AlarmDefinition | New-AlarmAction -Email -To ‘email@example.com’ -CC @(‘firstname.lastname@example.org’, ‘email@example.com’) -Body ‘Test body’ -Subject ‘Test subject’ Drop that line into a PowerCLI windows and poof all alarms will be updated to send an email when they go off (change warning (yellow) … Continue reading