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vRealize Automation (vRA) 6.2 Pre-Req Automation Script (Formerly vCAC)

As the Pre-Req Automation Script has been such a hit over the past 12 months I continue to update it for the requirements of each release of vCloud Automation Center and now vRealize Automation. I have received scores of emails and tweets telling me how it saved the users hours of hassle. And so here I am, releasing a Pre-Req Automation Script for vRA 6.2 which is now Generally Available on MyVMware.

The new version can be grabbed from Github HERE. For those that are new to Github you CANNOT just right-click on this link and hit ‘save as’. that will not work. You will want to click on the file, choose “Raw” and copy the script to a .ps1 file on your machine. (There were several comments on my previous blogs about the confusion of downloading the script)

How to use the script

There are a few new options in this script that I added last version, but didn’t take the time to really blog about. So let’s get into it. If the script is run “out of the box” you’ll be presented with something like this:

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VCAC 6.1 Pre-req Automation Script Released!

As many of you are now seeing the announcement that vCloud Automation Center 6.1 is GA, you will most likely already be downloading the bits. Let me save you all some time once again with the latest Prerequisite Automation Script.

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