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Don’t miss the opportunity to meet part of the genuine Vmware PowerCLI team live!   Two parts session focuses on PowerCLI and Onyx.   More than 230 PowerShell cmdlets, along with documentation and samples in version 4.1. Tips and tricks – the art of being efficient managing vSphere.   Hands-on lab: VMware vSphere™ PowerCLI   Read more...

PowerCLI 4.1 is out

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Tonight we released PowerCLI 4.1 Feature Highlights: Easier to customize and extend PowerCLI, especially for reporting Output objects can be customized by adding extra properties Better readability and less typing in scripts based on Get-View. Each output object has its associated view as nested property. Less typing is required to call Get-View and convert between PowerCLI Read more...

How to run PowerCLI scripts from vCenter Alarms.

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BackgroundvCenter provides an alarm feature which causes vCenter to automatically look for certain events or conditions within your virtual environment, and automatically take some action when conditions are met. There are quite a lot of criteria supported, you can generate alarms based on vCenter's event stream, so for example you could create an alarm any Read more...

Moving custom fields from one vCenter to another.

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If you’re looking at upgrading to vSphere, one thing that may come in handy is an easy and flexible way to move custom fields from your old vCenter to your new one. With PowerCLI this is quite easy… except for one thing: there is no Get-CustomField cmdlet! The why is a long story but it Read more...