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Monthly Archives: September 2015

New PowerCLI Example Scripts Github Repository is now Live!


Code is everywhere, and I’m sure there are duplicates of code that we’ve posted on the blog or personally, strewn throughout the interwebs. The idea behind opening this repo is to have a location where we can paste code, functions, and modules from the blog posts as well as anything else cool we come up with.


The PowerCLI-Example-Scripts repo runs under the Tech Preview license, which you can read on the github site, describes the condition and terms of use of this code. We encourage everyone to feel free to add to, modify, and send through pull requests so that we can also maintain this as more of a community repo. Just note that there are only a few of us as admins on the repo so it may take a little time to validate and accept anything that comes our way.

We hope you enjoy and look forward to sharing more in this repo, along with seeing what the community sends our way. Happy Friday!


PowerCLI 6.0 Release 2 is Now Generally Available

It is once again our pleasure to introduce the next version of PowerCLI and all of the features and enhancements that come along with it.



I am pleased to announce that PowerCLI 6.0 R2 is now Generally Available to the public. This release is full of enhancements, improvements, and additional product extensiblity. I urge each of you to take a look through the release notes as well after reading this post to get a more full understanding of what we’ve accomplished to help you out in your day-to-day administration.

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Does PowerCLI hang when loading? Check to see if Windows is the culprit!

Over the past few months, we’ve heard of several customers who were experiencing issues where the PowerShell window would hang for about 30 seconds with a black screen before allowing the customers to use the console. If you are experiencing similar symptoms, read on. Continue reading