Example: Viewing the output after executing a script

Getting (re)Started with PowerActions

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The vSphere HTML5 Web Client Fling version 5 has been released and there is a much-awaited surprise: PowerActions is back! PowerActions is the easiest way to run PowerCLI commands and scripts directly from the vSphere Client. Its first appearance was at VMworld in 2013! It was then introduced in 2014 with a PowerCLI Console and Read more...

New Release: PowerCLI Preview for VMware NSX-T Fling

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A new Fling has been released for PowerCLI! The PowerCLI Preview for NSX-T Fling adds 280 high-level cmdlets which operate alongside the existing NSX-T PowerCLI module. What do I mean by ‘high-level’ cmdlets? There are generally two forms of cmdlets available through PowerCLI, high-level and low-level. High-level cmdlets abstract the underlying API calls and provide Read more...

PowerCLI Core Coming to a Fling Near You!

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One of my favorite announcements at VMworld happened to be about PowerCLI, of course! The big announcement was about its future availability on multiple platforms, including Linux and Mac OS X. This functionality has been one of the biggest requests the PowerCLI team has received over the years and it is extremely exciting that it’s Read more...

New VMware Fling: Introducing PowerActions for vSphere Web Client

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I am happy to announce a new fling ‘PowerActions for vSphere Web Client’ PowerActions integrates the vSphere Web Client and PowerCLI to provide complex automation solutions from within the standard vSphere management client. In short, we can now run PowerShell/PowerCLI scripts from the Web Client! How does it work? PowerActions is a Read more...