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Deploying a VM with Static IP in 3 Steps

VM customization is a very powerful feature that can make miracles during the deployment process. Since vSphere PowerCLI 4.0 U1,  you can use cmdlets to modify a number of network settings of the newly created virtual machines. Here is how to do it:



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Nedko Nedev

Member of PowerCLI Dev Team

4 thoughts on “Deploying a VM with Static IP in 3 Steps

  1. Josh

    Simple, clean, very nice.

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  2. Jase McCarty

    Good to see this talked about here.
    I also detailed how to deploy many VM’s using this method.
    http://www.jasemccarty.com/blog/?p=765
    Thanks to the PowerCLI team!
    Jase

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  3. Chris

    If you guys would render the OS Customizations working at all (on Server 2012 and above), that would be a quite cool feature. In the current state…NOT.

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