Understand Basic Commands – vSphere Power CLI

Understand Basic Commands – vSphere Power CLI After Connecting to vCenter from POwer CLI  Follow below commands List Datacenter Inventory > Get-Datacenter Name —- DATACENTER NAME  List Cluster Inventory > Get-Cluster Name           HAEnabled  HAFailover DrsEnabled DrsAutomationLevel                             […]

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Connect vCenter or ESXi Host From vSphere Power CLI

Connect vCenter or ESXi Host From vSphere Power CLI > Connect-VIServer  “vCenter Name / IP ”     It will ask for user name and password to access vCenter  , or alternate we can add username and password to same line . Use the below basic commands > Get-Esx “ESx hostname/ IP ”   You have to  type […]

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Installing vSphere PowerCLI

PowerCLI is typically installed on a vSphere administrators Microsoft Windows based desktop system or anywhere where you may currently run the vSphere Client, PowerCLI will access the vSphere API in a similar way to the vSphere Client so the same ports and access rights are needed to your vCenter or vSphere host. In order to […]

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