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Want to Change VM Component Protection Settings via PowerCLI? Now you can!

I had a VMware Senior Systems Engineer reach out to me yesterday asking on a customer’s behalf, if there were any PowerCLI cmdlets that could change VMCP settings.

*** If you are not familiar with VM Component Protection, I suggest you take a look at this blog post written by my co-worker Matt Meyer, which describes in detail what VMCP is and what each setting does: https://blogs.vmware.com/vsphere/2015/06/vm-component-protection-vmcp.html ***

I knew that we didn’t have any cmdlets for this yet so the next step for me was to Continue reading