- Moving VMs from ESX to Workstation
- NetApp port descriptions and what to do with e0M, SP and ACP
- Moving a vmnic from vDS to vSS at the host commandline
- "300 out of 500" : What is a passing score?
- VMware: Repairing orphaned ESX snapshots
- VCAP6-DCV Deploy Practice
- vDS out of sync
- vSphere5: Setting the Observed IP Range
- PSExec command-line parameters
- My snapshots are where?
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Tag Archives: powershell
While troubleshooting and NSX install I began wondering about the NSX IP pools and what was being used in them. I still need to look up the allocated IPs and report on the objects using them (name, type) but for … 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
I need to search some xml files for a certain setting – but the files were remote to me but were not shared. So I dove into invoke-command (remote powershell was enabled) but quickly figured out my desired string was … Continue reading
PSEXEC is nifty free utility from Microsoft/Sysinternals that is part of a whole suite of free tools (“Sysinternals Suite“). While there are a ton of great tools there, I wanted to point out an issue for psexec that I just figured … 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!